Remove carrot to the right of the get started button in Rise

Aug 31, 2017

I was able to remove the word "details" in the header section of my Rise course as I don't want learners to click on that  - i just want them to click on the button to start the course - however i cannot get rid of the little carrot that was next to the Details text - so they can still click on the carrot and it moves them down into the course details - is there a way to do this?  screenshot is attached. 

18 Replies
Beth Shutt

So, maybe another option that would help would be helping to understand the
purpose of this? It defaulted to saying "details" by the carrot - but it
just pushed the screen down to show the course sections - which i think
just comes across a little confusing right next to a Start button - is
there a purpose for it that maybe i'm missing? just trying to start the
course off as straight-forward as possible for our learners.

Kimberly Walker

Thank you so much for responding. Loving Rise!

I want to keep the sidebar and only remove the caret. I removed the word 'details' from the Labels section and applied the CSS code I found in another post.

/*hide caret*/
.overview__details-trigger{visibility: hidden;}

The caret is gone, however when you click on the sidebar header to go back to the splash page the Start button is gone. I hit F5 and it displays again. 

Not sure what I am doing incorrectly?


Thank you in advance for all your help!


Annie Louden

I am trying to edit the published output. I don't think contacting the support team will work in this case, as I know this is something Rise can't do on its own.

It's okay. I'll just wait till it's a new feature!

Which reminds me: I keep asking Articulate staff, and no one has gotten back to me. Do you have a page where it lists desired features, and progress on them? And maybe all us subscribers can upvote on features we also want?

Alyssa Gomez

Hi there, Annie!

We currently don't have a public voting system for feature requests, but our goal is to give you the best information we can about upcoming features so that you can plan ahead for your projects.

Our What’s New, What’s Next page is the best place to see what features are in the immediate development pipeline, and here's some more information about our feature request process.