[Solved] For MaxDiff Questions, how can I remove the count of sets

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This is especially important because I have some questions where users are just shown one set. Here the survey shows “1 of 1 sets”. How can I remove this?

Jim W (Moderator) selected answer

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    Add the following code to the CUSTOM CSS section of your current style template:

              .sg-maxdiff-progress.sg-counter{visibility:hidden;}

    You can learn more about customizing the style template in the SurveyGizmo documentation:

    http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/style-your-survey#custom-css-and-html

    http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/css-class-names

    Jim W (Moderator) selected as best answer
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      Hi Jim,

      thanks a lot, that works perfectly. Just one more question: I have several MaxDiff questions in my survey and while I want to omit the counter for some of them (those with only one set) I want to show it for others? Is it possible to specify that in the CSS, too?

      Regards, Christof

      cschlindwein answered
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        Hi Jim,

        Thanks again. However, I don’t get it working, when I specify a class name called nosetcounter in the question’s layout tab and put the following into the CSS Editor:

         

        .nosetcounter label {
        .sg-maxdiff-progress.sg-counter{visibility:hidden;}
        }

         

        Where have I gone wrong?

        cschlindwein commented
          • Try it this way:
            nosetcounter sg-maxdiff-progress.sg-counter {visibility:hidden;}

          • It works when I put two more dots:
            .nosetcounter .sg-maxdiff-progress.sg-counter {visibility:hidden;}

            thanks again for your help, jim!

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          You can apply custom CSS to specific questions.  The process is easy but there are a lot of steps.  There is an article in the SurveyGizmo template that explains the process – http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/css-class-names

          There is an another, shorter artcile which is simply a step-by-step example – http://help.surveygizmo.com/help/article/link/textbox-right

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