1

I’m trying to hide the menu page completely from this page:

http://ultimate-templates.com/splash-page

I’m using Divi 3.0, and have tried – through online tutorials – to hide it using the following in my styles css sheet:

.page-id-27820 top-menu-nav {
display: none important;
}

That didn’t do anything, aside from making the menu look a little weird (and dropping the search magnifying glass down a bit), and I removed the code – the search button still looks weird.

if anyone could help me with how to remove the menu completely (and logo etc) from that one page, I’d be very much appreciative!

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Created a simple image for you on how to get page id and menu attributes. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zibhieyo3s6a5bs/Mailbird_2017-01-27_00-57-39.png

You need to get the page_id, exactly as you did:

.page-id-27820 

and hide the menu, like so:

.page-id-27820 #top-menu-nav {
    display: none;
}

You forgot the # sign, which stand for html attribute id

id = #
class = .
  • That's very kind of you, thank you. Would I then place that code into the themes main styles.css file through editor? – Alex Jan 26 '17 at 23:07
  • yes. that's the place for it. better to put it in the child theme, but I don't want to complicate you :) – kirillrocks Jan 26 '17 at 23:10
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I was having the same issue.

I pasted below code to custom css in divi theme

.page-id-28577 #top-menu-nav {
    display: none;
}

.page-id-28577 = body class of the page that I don't want to show menu on

0

Go to header.php and find the wp_nav_menu(); function.

Example:

    <div class="main-navigation">
        <?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'nav-name')); ?>
    </div>

You could wrap it in a check for the current page. $post is available as a global variable.

<?php if($post->post_name !== 'splash-page'): ?>
    <div class="main-navigation">
        <?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'nav-name')); ?>
    </div>
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Try this:

.container.clearfix.et_menu_container { display: none; }

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