I am using the Springer Nature template based on the guidelines of the journal I'm submitting to, but I can't find any information on how to get rid of the annoying and horrible header that Springer put on the page header. I need to (and everybody wants to) get rid of that garbage.
Basically this question was already asked here, but that question is asking to remove OR replace, and I just want to get rid of it. Also, there is only one answer to one part of that question (the replace part), and that solution doesn't even work (for me).
Looking through the style class file, I found where they inserted that text (two places), and so I can change or remove the text in the
.cls file without breaking the template.
I just needed to remove that annoying header, and editing the
.cls file worked. However, it would be better if there was a solution to override that header in the
.tex file (as is partially done in the linked, similar question), that robustly worked. Is there a way to hide/mask/override a header put these via the class file in a simple way in the