HOWTO: Hide the create button added in 6.2

Matthew Marum —  June 30, 2011 — 2 Comments

In 6.2 we added a nice usability feature that has a icon to create a record for a module on all pages of that module. If you aren’t as fond of such an button appearing on your module’s pages, you can hide it globally using a small piece of custom CSS, as pointed out by forums poster

span.utils a.utilsLink {


You can also disable it on a pre-view basis as well. If you are using MVC-style views ( meaning your view code is a class in the views/ directory of your module ), change the call to getModuleTitle() to pass a false as the first argument.  If you are using classic views ( meaning the view is a procedural PHP file in the root of the module directory ), then alter the getClassicModuleTitle() function to pass a false as the third argument. Here’s what both calls would be:

// For MVC Views

// For classic views
getClassicModuleTitle('modulename', array('breadcrumb1','breadcrumb2'), false);

This same technique can be used to hide the ‘Print’ and ‘Help’ links in previous versions of SugarCRM.

Matthew Marum


Matt is the Lead Developer Advocate for SugarCRM Engineering. Previously he was an Engineer on Sugar 7 and a Solutions Architect for the OEM program. He is also an avid trail runner, Boston Marathon qualifier and a karaoke aficionado.

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