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How can I hide the first tab in SharePoint 2010?
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So all is clear could you post a screenshot of which tab you mean?
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Sure, I am trying to do this:

http://www.stefangordon.com/hide-the-first-tab-on-your-sharepoint-navigation/

Although not sure where to put this?
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This tutorial shows how to start adding CSS to SharePoint;

http://www.kalmstrom.com/Tips/CSSInSP.htm
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