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Is there any way to hide the "Participants" column? Thanks.

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Even better if I can display just "latest poster" there instead.

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@danniee 

Sorry, but could you provide more information with screenshots to help me understand what you mean by the "Participants" column?

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@blackraz hm, this is weird, your forum design is showing "last post" on the front page but mine is showing "participants". Why is that? I am using simplified and your new theme.

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Here, you have the exact same here: https://wpforo.com/community/wpforo-announcements/

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@danniee

The wpForo theme offers four different layouts, and each layout serves a specific purpose. The Simplified Layout is designed to display a participants column, while the Threaded Layout is intended to show only the last poster.

If you wish to change the layout style, you have the option to customize the theme files or add custom CSS codes. For more detailed information, please refer to the documentation on theme customization.

https://wpforo.com/docs/wpforo-v2/forum-themes/theme-customization/
https://wpforo.com/docs/wpforo-v2/forum-themes/style-customization/
https://wpforo.com/docs/wpforo-v2/forum-themes/theme-files/

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Thank you for the response. So there is no simple way to remove the participants column in the simplified layout, it can only be done with customization? I would prefer to have it like regular forums, with just displaying the latest poster.

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@danniee 

You can simply change the layout and choose the one that suits you best. Alternatively, you can add the CSS property "display: none;" to hide that block.

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@blackraz hi, thank you for the response. I like the "simplified" layout the most because it's the one that looks most like a traditional forum, but I just wish the "participants" column was "last post" instead.

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