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Hide Comment Dialog with Facebook Like Social Plugin Button

When you put a Facebook Like button on your website or Facebook App, by default, a comment box appears but if you’re working in a small div with no overflow (such as to show no counter box), having the comment box appear might hide everything. To ‘disable’ it, put the following CSS:

.fb_edge_comment_widget {
display: none !important;
}

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