Article ID: 373, created on Oct 6, 2008, last review on May 11, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk 8.x for Linux/Unix


To hide these icons you need to do the following for every skin that is used in your Plesk:

1. Download the skin you use and unpack it.

2. Edit the file css/main/buttons.css from the downloaded skin package. In this file you will find the descriptions of each button’s state: active and inactive. Locate the descriptions of the buttons you want to hide (all properties for greyed out buttons have '-disabled' ending) and replace the string background-image: url(../../images/-disabled_bg.gif); in curly brackets with display:none; width:0px; height:0px;

3. In the info.xml file change the skin description or at least give the skin a new name. The skin name is enclosed in tags.

4. After that pack your custom skin and upload it to Plesk ('Server' -> 'Skins' -> 'Add New Skin')

Example: hiding the greyed out 'Tomcat' button.


#bid-web-apps-disabled { display:none; width:0px; height:0px; }

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