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    Storefronts: Hide the shipping address prompt

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      A client recently used a storefront to gather funds to feed chimpanzees.  Unfortunately, many supporters saw the shipping address options at check out, and wondered why they were going to get the stuff that they ordered:


      If you'd like to avoid this kind of confusion on your storefront, then please read on!


      We can hide both of the buttons by using a bit of CSS.  Unfortunately, there's not a way to hide those radio buttons by putting the CSS into the storefront.  That means that the CSS will need to go into a template.

      If you will never ship merchandise to a supporter, then the fix can go into the template that all storefronts use.  If you have only one storefront that doesn't ship merchandise, then you will probably want to create a copy of your template to house the CSS.


      Here are some steps that you can use to install the CSS:

      1. Edit the template.
      2. Locate the </head> tag.
      3. Insert a blank line just before the </head> tag.
      4. Click here to see the page where the solution lives.
      5. Locate the Raw button and click it.  A new window will appear that contains just the solution.
      6. Copy the contents of the window and close it.
      7. Return to the template editor.
      8. Paste the copied text into the newly inserted line in the template.
      9. Save the template.
      10. Test.


      If you have any questions, then please gather this information.

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