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Main theme menu not going away.

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  • #62403 Reply

    B Hopkins

    I have some issues:

    1) I want tu use this plugin for the menu instead of the theme plugin. I want the menu to show up on the desktop in full format, hot the responsive format. IT seems like i can’t have both because I have to use a big breakpoint number to get the main menu to go away, yet a small breakpoint number to get the plugin menu to be in its full format on the desktop.

    2) also, what css classes/id’s do I use in the ‘Original Menu to Hide” field? There are bout 10 that are listed. Do I use the inner most one? What if I wanted to get rid of the entire menu bar (including the blog name), I tried using the outermost class, but that didn’t seem to work.


    #62404 Reply

    Hey there,

    1. Have you configured the Desktop Menu options yet for the full format menu? If you want to hide the main menu above the breakpoint you will need to do that with some Custom CSS. If you know what the theme class or ID is you want to hide then just adding the below to the Custom CSS will hide it on all screen sizes:

    #menu_id {
       display: none !important;

    2. That completely depends on your menu, every website is different. Have you been through the knowledgebase article or YouTube video related to finding the correct class? Unfortunately you haven’t provided your site for me to look at so it’s impossible for me to say.

    Please advise


    #62405 Reply

    Hey there,

    I’ve just released a new version of the plugin with an update that will help you out.

    You can now set the Original Menu to Hide in the Desktop Menu section too so adding the CSS selector there will hide it on bigger screens for you.

    I hope you enjoy it!


    #62473 Reply

    B Hopkins

    The menu is still not going away I’m not clear on which css classes to use. The one’s I’ve tried do not hide the menu. I also want to hide the “Veronique Corbett” on the same menu line. How can I do that?


    #62476 Reply

    Hey there,

    Adding .stm-header to the Desktop Menu Original Menu to Hide option should do it.

    Please let me know if that helps.


    #62516 Reply

    B Hopkins

    OK, this almost works. I have it working but now on the pages I want to exclude the menu, the plugin doesn’t show up, but the theme menu shows up. I wanted to not have any menu show up at all. That is why I got this plugin. Is there something I am missing?


    #62521 Reply

    Hey there,

    If you are excluding my plugin from certain pages then that means none of the options will be present so it won’t hide your theme menu that is correct.

    You will need to hide the menu for the theme via the theme in that case but that just requires adding the below to your stylesheet:

    .stm-header {
       display: none !important;

    All the best.


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