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  1. So I've been able to disable the desktop hamburger by turning off mobile styles in the settings panel and adding the following to my custom CSS: // Disable hamburger -- mobile styles disabled and headerNav < 768px on desktop @media only screen and (max-width: 768px) { #header #headerNav { display: inline-block !important; z-index: 9999; } } .mobile-nav-toggle-label { display: none !important; } @media only screen and (min-width: 769px) { html:not(.touch-styles) body:not(.always-use-overlay-nav) { .mobile-nav-toggle-label { display: none; } #overlayNav { display: none; } } }
  2. I’d like the regular site navigation links to remain at all times. I have disabled mobile styles and forced a minimum site width of 1000px but the Hamburger still persists on smaller screen sizes.
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