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I'm using eleven40 pro, and trying to disable the top menu in mobile only (which looks like this: ≡ ).
I'm not only doing this for UX improvement, but also for PSI improvements.
What I tried:
I tried adding "display: none" to some related classes, and it kind of worked.
The thing is, when I introduce a mobile page of mine into Google PSI to test and see if it really worked... From what I can see looking at the image at the right hand side (which is the image that displays the foremost frame of the page), it seems like although the top menu sign (≡) is invisible, the collapsed version of the top menu is still being displayed.
And after some time below 1 second passes, the collapsed menu also vanishes.
But regardless... since it does get displayed at the very beginning with this method, PSI score can't get reached to its full potential.
Any words of wisdom? Maybe I can do this via PHP and not CSS?
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