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How to hide the first tab in Global Nav?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I noticed that by default, the global navigation adds a link to the site root as the first tab in the navigation. I need to have the publishing features enabled for this project, but I don't want any links to the home section to show in the navigation itself. The only link home will be the logo...   I was hoping it would be as simple as finding the css class or id for the first tab and setting it to display: none; but I cannot find a unique ID for that tab...   Does anyone know how to remove the first link from the global navigation?

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