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Tagged: mobile menu
Education Pro displays the primary and secondary nav menus as 2 separate hamburger menus, both centered, primary at top and secondary below the site title. This is OK but kind of novel. The fact that there are 2 hamburger menus usually gets a "how come it's like that?" from clients my team serves. (I work at UW-Madison.)
On mobile devices I'd like to display: none the top menu and display in the place of the secondary menu a third menu that combines the primary and secondary menu links.
I've done that with a separate plugin on a site my team just built for UW-Madison's University Health Services. But the plugin is prickly, and I'd rather have a Genesis solution.
Christoph, great suggestion! Although it isn't as simple as replacing the file, your suggestion gave me a great starting point for further discovery. In fact, I may just start using the Genesis Sample Theme as my site foundation. Having said that, do you know which, if any, other Genesis child themes use the same mobile menu scheme as the Sample Theme?
Glad my suggestion was helpful.
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