Im working on a website previously created by an agency, they used their own theme, but I am looking to move the mobile view menu items, so that Find Help Now, and the language settings are at the top of the menu.


I looked at the theme editor but cannot seem to find where I can move these items around as the header.php file only contains this...

<div class="inner">
    <nav id="menu" class="max-width-1" role="navigation">

        <div class="tickbox-switch-wrap">
            <input class="tickbox-switch mobile-menu" id="burger__button" type="checkbox">
            // make sure that the menu class can be used on all languages. Menu class and id uses menu names which must be unique therefore the dom attributes aren't consistant accross language versions
            wp_nav_menu( array( 'theme_location' => 'main-menu', 'container_class' => 'menu-top-navigation-container', 'menu_id' => 'menu-top-navigation' ) );

            <div class="nav-overlay"></div>
            <span class="mobile-menu burger__button__icon mobile-only" id="burger__button__icon"></span>


Any ideas?


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    Unfortunately it's impossible to tell from the markup, except to say that they don't appear to be a nav menu or widgets. I can only suggest looking in the Customiser to see if they've added controls for them there. – Jacob Peattie Jul 10 '19 at 11:44

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