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I have a website I'm working on

sandyhookfoundation.com/wp.

It loads on desktop browsers with a "menu" button in the top left corner of the main menu. I can't seem to find how to eliminate it. I tried inspecting the code, and found the code that generates it, but I can't find the file that the code resides in.

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You can remove that by add css script in you header.php file within the your wp-content>themes> folder.

<style>
  #navi-wrap .nav-toggle{
  display:none;
  }
</style>

If facing problem to do this, inform me please

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    I wouldn't recommend changes to header.php unless it is in child theme. – Frank P. Walentynowicz Jul 9 '15 at 16:48
  • excellent, that worked great...i plan on setting up a chlid theme soon, thank you very much for your help – jsthnk Jul 9 '15 at 17:02
  • i noticed now that the menu collapses when the browser window is minimized, but it does not expand when you click on it...any way to fix this – jsthnk Jul 10 '15 at 12:50

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