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  • Resolved SpinyN0rman

    (@spinyn0rman)


    Hi there,

    Thanks for the update, all appreciated but the secondary navigation menu seems a bit redundant (sitting as it does, just under the main menu).

    Is there a quick way to toggle it off? Or a line of code to change?

    Many thanks,

    Andi Northrop

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  • Theme Author Stefan Brechbuehl

    (@pixelstrolch)

    I made a secondary menu to put links in it which doesn’t suit in a main navigation. If you cannot find any use of a secondary nav – just don’t use it. You might need it for subdomais, terms, languages and stuff like this. On a desktop screen the secondary menu will appear on the top right.

    Anyway, I got you a possible solution which puts links from the secondary nav below the toggle menu of the main menu. This happens only on small screens like mobile devices. Check this code out.

    Ah, I think there might be a bug then.

    When I had no secondary menu defined the theme was making one up (though it was only visible in mobile width).

    I’ve now made an empty menu and assigned it to the second menu and it’s no longer visible in mobile width (or desktop).

    Theme Author Stefan Brechbuehl

    (@pixelstrolch)

    Your right, that’s a bug. I’m gonna fix that. You shouldn’t have to create an empty menu.
    Cheers Stefan

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