To select your mobile menu style simply log into your WordPress dashboard then go to Appearance > Customize > Header > Mobile Menu. Here you will be able to select your preferred style from a dropdown.
If you want to use 3rd party plugin then you just have to add below css code into your stylesheet or you can also add this code into your additional css from theme customizer. This code removes your hamburger menu. After that, you can use your 3rd party plugin.
- Go to your admin area and select Plugins -> Add new from the menu.
- Search for “WP Responsive Menu”.
- Click install.
- Click activate.
- Once the plugin is installed then you can see WPR Menu on the left navigation bar of WordPress Dashboard.
By responsive menus, we mean quite simply navigation menus whose presentation or behavior is altered on different devices and screen widths. There are various approaches to achieving this, whether by using CSS or other languages such as PHP. In this article, we’ll look at what can be done with CSS media queries.
Click the “Remove” link at the bottom of the Home menu options. Click the “Save Menu” button. The Home button is no longer displayed on your blog posts.
In the WordPress admin panel, click Appearance > Customize. To remove the header, click Header > Header layout and for the Layout setting select None.
Simply go to the Users » All Users page and then click on the ‘edit’ link for any user you want to disable the admin bar for. This will bring you to the user profile editor page. From here, uncheck the box next to the ‘Show toolbar when viewing site’ option.
When the menu is being opened, the page slides out of view, revealing the menu and blocking the page from interaction. In other forms, the menu can be revealed by sliding in view, hiding the page behind it. This kind of behavior is called an “off-canvas” menu.