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Try this first in custom css:

Desktop solution:

 .subnav :nth-child(1){display: none;}

Mobile soltion:

#mobileNavWrapper .subnav :nth-child(1){display: none;}

If that doesn't work I know of one other, somewhat clunky way to do this:

1) Add this code to your custom CSS editor (will hide the second item in your folder list)

.subnav :nth-child(2) {display: none !important;}

2) Create a new "page" and make it a 
'Link' and drag it inside your folder to the top position

3) Make the link name BLANK by just hitting spacebar once

4) Link that to your 2nd page in the folder

You should now have folder that expands to show all your pages except the second page, (which was your original first page). In it's place is a blank link that goes to the same place as the main folder name when clicked.

So technically there is still a first page, but visually It creates a blank space at the top of your menu, effectively increasing the clickable area of your menu link. You can possibly explain that away as a design choice and it evens looks a little bit deliberate on mobile.



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