Support » Theme: Travelify » Point "Navigation" in the menu

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  • Theme Author Silkalns

    (@silkalns)

    This was a major upgrade from 1.3 and there are still some bugs that needs to be fixed. I will fix this in the next theme updated which will be available within few days.

    For now you can add this to Theme Options – Other – Custom CSS

    .default-menu {
        display: none;
    }

    Sorry for my inconvenience

    No problem!
    Great template, first class support…

    Thank you!

    Thank you for submitting this question and also for the timely reply as I was searching for the same issue. Your fix worked perfectly and I also love the template and great support!

    OK

    This works on desktop, but what about mobile. Can we comment that out from some php file like functions.php?

    BTW great theme! keep good work

    Dragomir

    Travelify is one of the best themes I have come across.
    My website still under development hence i shall wait for the next update.

    Thanks

    Thanks Silkalns for the above solution, was having the same issue.

    Is there a similar fix for mobile? I still have the ‘NAVIGATION’ showing on mobile devices.

    Thanks

    Theme Author Silkalns

    (@silkalns)

    “Navigation” was there the entire time to serve as place holder once none of items are selected. It makes navigation much more intuitive, because otherwise it will just show black space there instead of navigation.

    If you still want to remove it, let me know and I will explain you how to get it done.

    Hi guys

    I have the same problem in a footer menu I have inserted in the Custom Menu widget
    the css modification
    .default-menu {
    display: none;
    }
    works great for the main menu on the top but doesn’t on the footer menu

    any hint?

    thanx for the great theme!

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