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Keep 2nd Level Navigation in Navbar

I'm using the Transparent Horizontal theme (a highly customized version). When I visit any page on the second level of navigation, the sibling pages are all listed at the top of the page, rather than as a dropdown menu in the navigation bar.

Is there a way to keep all navigation inside the dropdown menu and not as a bar on the top of the page?

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      • KonstantinKonstantin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Hi.

        My name is Konstantin and I am Theme development team lead. Right now we have only half solution for you:

        Just add this string to your CSS customization field:

        .menuLevel2Outer { display: none; }

        This way no second level menu will be shown. Same way you can hide any level of secondary menus by replacing "2" number.

        Hope this helps.

      • wchesterwchester commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Trying to figure out the exact same thing. The point of the dynamic cascading menus is to be able to hide a very detailed site architecture in a compact method of navigation. If the site is going to statically display these child menu items on each page, what is the point of having dynamic menus?

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