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I need to hide the menu on some pages

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  • #57575 Reply



    Great plugin. But I have some issues and hope you will be able to help me :-)

    I need to hide the burger menu on some pages. I juste need the responsive menu on the home page actually. I tried to do it but didn’t work. Could you please tell me how can I do it?

    Thanks a lot for your help!


    #57576 Reply

    Hey Laurene,

    When you say you tried it and it didn’t work can you let me know what you tried specifically and what didn’t work exactly?

    Did you check the shortcode page and the other similar questions in this forum?

    Please advise


    #57681 Reply



    I’ve tried to hide it with conditionnal menu plugin but the little black&white burger menu still appears on every pages.

    Thank you for your help!


    #57707 Reply

    Hey Laurene

    Unfortunately I don’t know what that is and I can’t offer support for another plugin.

    Did you contact the author of that plugin for advice? In addition, how are you including my shortcode in your templates?

    Please advise


    #57752 Reply



    Yes I know that, I have tried with that plugin because I didn’t know how to hide your Responsive Menu on some pages… That was my question actually! I only need it on the Home page. I am not using my shortcode, is it a plugin in addition to the responsive menu pro plugin?


    #57757 Reply

    Hey Laurene,

    When I say my shortcode I mean the shortcode from my plugin, how are you inserting it in the pages?

    Have you read through the page below regarding using the shortcode as there are examples of including it only on specific pages there?

    Please let me know


    #58794 Reply

    Stephen Proffitt

    What she is saying is she needs a CSS modification that she can place on a single page, something like:

    button#responsive-menu-pro-button {
    display: none;

    … which I will add does not work. I need to hide it on a single page as well and everything I’ve tried to hide it on page using CSS does not work because the in-line CSS immediately overrides it.

    #58795 Reply

    Stephen Proffitt

    Added display: none !important; to the following:

    .responsive-menu-pro-inner, .responsive-menu-pro-inner::before, .responsive-menu-pro-inner::after {
    width: 25px;
    height: 3px;
    background-color: #ffffff;
    border-radius: 4px;
    position: absolute;
    transition-property: transform;
    transition-duration: 0.15s;
    transition-timing-function: ease;
    display: none !important;

    #58812 Reply

    Hey Stephen,

    Yeah hiding via CSS will work but is not the cleanest option.

    I am currently working on an option that will let you select pages you don’t want the menu to be shown on and should be coming soon (hopefully by the end of this weekend) so will solve this issue once and for all.

    Thanks for sharing the CSS solution however as it will be useful to some people in the meantime.

    All the best


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