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I'm not sure if this works, but it should:

div.pmsig-85580:before { display: block; text-align: right; color: #444; content: 'Signature hidden'; } div.pmsig-85580 { display: none; }

Update: turns out it needs more tricks. The :before block is considered to be a child of the element it is attached to, so display:block, visibility:hidden or anything else applied to that element will also affect the :before block. So it requires a little cheating:

div.pmsig-85580 { height: 1.5em; overflow: hidden; } div.pmsig-85580:before { content: 'Signature hidden'; color: #444; text-align: right; height: 1.5em; display: block; }

Here the box is set to a fixed 1.5em height, all of which are then occupied by the :before block. The rest of the content would normally spill onto the elements following on the page, but is prevented from that by way of overflow:hidden — voilà.

Makeshifts last the longest.

In reply to Re^4: Distribution of Levels and Writeups (sig) by Aristotle
in thread Distribution of Levels and Writeups by jZed

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