For a SharePoint 2016 on-prem site, I've figured out how to hide the word "SharePoint" in the upper left corner of a site collection, but I'd like to take that a step further and actually remove the word "SharePoint".

Is that possible via .css instead of PowerShell?

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CSS is a language that describes the style of an HTML document. We can only hide the "SharePoint" element using CSS.

To remove the "SharePoint" text, we can also use script.

Here is the demo to remove "SharePoint" text in SharePoint 2016 using jQuery:

<script type='text/javascript' src='https://code.jquery.com/jquery.min.js'></script>
<script type='text/javascript'>
    $('div.o365cs-nav-o365Branding span .o365cs-nav-brandingText').text("");

For more information, you can refer to :

Removing the word "SharePoint" from top of page in SharePoint 2016


You can hide this element with:

To hide Suite Bar Links use the following CSS

#suiteLinksBox {
    display: none;

To hide a specific Link in Suite Bar like newsfeed:

#suiteLinksBox .ms-core-suiteLink-a[id$='ShellNewsfeed'] {
    display: none;

To hide the full Suite Bar:

#suiteBar {
    display: none;

More information here.

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