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excluding menu/navbar from specific page

  • Greetings,
    I use the “twenty eleven” theme and have a problem with the menu/nav bar above linking to the pages I set up. I like to exclude the menu on one page. I know it sounds odd, but I have a different navigation there. All pages are set up as default. The code below was what I found in my CSS. So I was wondering if and how to do it there.

    Details: I got the page ID of the particular page I want to exclude and know I must not do it in the header. I´m not configurating the orignal, I´m working in a child theme.

    Help is appreciated, thanks in advance
    JR

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  • u can use if(!is_page(your_page_number)):wp_nav_menus;

    on your header.

    esmi

    @esmi

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    know I must not do it in the header.

    Why not? That’s where the top nav menu is generated.

    <?php if( !is_page( x ) ) wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'primary' ) ); ?>

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