Support » Theme: pacify » Removing Primary Menu button from top of responsive menu

  • I have installed and modified the Pacify them but have an anomaly whereby the ‘Primary Menu’ button appears above the responsive menu when the mobile menu is triggered at the 600px break point.
    How can I remove this button? Its holding me up as I am keen to progress using this them as the basis of a site.
    I have dug through the style.css, the header.php and a few other files for the way to remove this but none have delivered the removal.
    I am using the Max Mega Menu plugin and have tested it without this but eh button still appears.
    the site is being worked on is at an early stage. Once the structure and the menu is sorted then the content can be devised.
    The site is here:

    Support would be much appreciated.

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  • Hello anthonyod,

    You can try adding this in your Custom CSS for achieving that:

    [ Moderator note: link redacted, please do not send people to your site that way. ]

    @media screen and (max-width: 600px){ {
        display: none;

    Hope that helps.

    Thank you.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Jan Dembowski.

    Many thanks Sam,

    I appreciate you taking the time to respond.
    I have used the Simple Custom CSS plugin and the code you gave me there.
    In the code I have had to set the max-width to 2000px to hide the Primary Button from view. Is there a way to remove it completely rather than just hiding it at all? I have been digging around to find how and where it is generated so that I can remove it but so far I haven’t been able to find it.

    Thanks so much for your help.


    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    Side note: Thanks for the help @soumendra but please do not link to your site that way. Please keep help in the codex or on the forums.

    Hello Jan, Thanks for the note. Can you clarify what you mean by ‘the codex or on the forums’ so that I know how I can show a link to the issue. I am new to these forums so your guidance is much appreciated.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    I meant a message to Sam (who’s been helpful and that is appreciated).

    When someone such as yourself needs assistance, links like these for child theme and custom CSS are perfectly acceptable.

    Or even to a third party site.

    But when you routinely send forum users to your own site, regardless of how helpful that is, that can be seen as a form of self-promotion and that’s not allowed in these forums.

    NOTE: I am not accusing anyone of anything ill willed! Sam’s support is great and appreciated. But sending people to your own site for those articles can be misconstrued and that should be avoided.

    Hello Jan Dembowski,

    Sorry for the problem, and thanks for letting me know.

    I’ll keep that in mind in future. 🙂

    Thanks for this.

    I hadn’t realised Sams link was to his own site. Has it been removed? I take your point about people attempting to self promote via such forums and I have seen so much of this on other forums I use. However I didn’t think Sams link was anything other than a support link with other helpful links.

    I was wondering how else do I demonstrate the issue I am having other than sending a link to the site where the issue is?

    Appreciate your time. many thanks

    Hello anthonyod,

    You can try adding this instead for better result: {
        display: none;

    And about codex, there you can find everything about WordPress.

    You can see that here:

    Hope that helps.

    Thank you.

    Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Forum Moderator and Brute Squad

    @anthonyod You misunderstand me. You’re fine and it is encouraged that the person with a problem (that’s you in this topic) post links to show what and where the problem is.

    Now please excuse me for a moment while I write something for Sam.

    Side side note: @soumendra This has come up before, lets not do this again, OK?

    I’ve gone through the last 2 years posts and redacted all references to your site in the forums from more than one account. I really do not want to see this happen again, please do not do that anymore.

    Helping people is amazingly cool of you but keep support here.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 11 months ago by Jan Dembowski.

    Thanks for your help Sam.

    I am almost resolved with this particular issue. I would now just like to remove the menu-toggle rather than just hdd it but so far haven’t found the file where it is triggered.

    Hope that things are good with you.

    Bye for now

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