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anikonpro

I published a site http://www.prophotoservices.net/pagelines I am happy with the look on desktop but when you load it onto a mobile device the nav menu duplicates even when I have no links programmed into one of them. Why?   I took the header menu down but this changes the look of the site and I am not fond of it.  Was this a glitch?

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James B

Hi there, can you please enable the menu you've deactivated so we can see exactly what you mean on the live site. In the mobile layout you should get a button which activates a mobile menu on the side of the site. Where is the duplicated nav appearing?


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anikonpro

Done.  I took the top menu and saved it to a blank empty nav profile.  The header is set to norm.  i was wanting the black bar to contrast the white....

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James B

Ah i see what you mean now. Ok try adding the following to your custom css panel and saving. Then refresh and check on your mobile version.

 

.section-navbar.fixed-top .nav-btn-navbar {display:none !important;}


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For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

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anikonpro

I don't know code.  Where is that?

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James B

Hi there, the css panel is in your DMS control panel - http://screencast.com/t/D7TwKz75


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