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Our client does not want to see the hamburger on mobile devices. The template we are using is Brine Family - Mojave. How do we remove the hamburger and display the navbar choices on mobile devices?

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Screen space is a precious commodity on mobile devices, especially when vertical, so there are limited alternative navigation patterns. For example, a traditional desktop nav bar is unlikely to work. What do you want to use instead?


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Thanks for your response. Our client is not very technologically inclined. He was concerned that older people wouldn't know what to do with the hamburger icon. In fact, he didn't know what it was. I guess we'll just have to explain to him that this is the default, normal behavior on mobile devices. You are right. Other ways of displaying it probably would look bad. I was just wondering how it could be done, so we could see the results before ruling it out.

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Thanks for your response. Our client is not very technologically inclined. He was concerned that older people wouldn't know what to do with the hamburger icon. In fact, he didn't know what it was. I guess we'll just have to explain to him that this is the default, normal behavior on mobile devices. You are right. Other ways of displaying it probably would look bad. I was just wondering how it could be done, so we could see the results before ruling it out.

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Sure, I understand.

There are icon alternatives to the hamburger, and you could always add the subtitle 'MENU' for those who aren't technologically inclined.


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