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How to remove the Navigation Bar (prim. and sec.) from the Homepage for the Genesis Framework?

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you have several options..

A: Create a new page template for your home page Create a home.php file in your child theme directory, of course without the navigation(wish is included in (wp_head)

B: Unregister the Primary and Secundary Nav

Open your Child theme functions.php file and add this code at the end of the file, just before the closing ?> if there is any. (DO NOT LEAVE ANY BLANK LINE/SPACE after the closing ?> or your code.)

// Unregister Menu
add_action('genesis_after_header', 'remove_nav_bar');
function remove_nav_bars() {
    if (is_home()){
        remove_action('genesis_after_header', 'genesis_do_nav');

    }
}

C: Hiding the menu by CSS

in your style.css

/* Hide Navigation Menu in home page*/
.home #nav, .home #subnav {
    display:none;
}

You can use any of this options, of course, option C is the easiest way.

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Just go to Genesis -> Theme Settings -> Navigation Settings, uncheck Include Primary Navigation Menu?

No need to coding anything.

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