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Site URL: https://www.linglongmandarin.com/

 Hi @creedon,

 

(I sent you a message before and then realized it's probably better to post it so everyone can benefit from this!)

 

My name is Linglong, I am a Chinese teacher & content creator.

First of all I really want to thank you for all the tips you posted on the forum. It's been helping me so much! I especially like the notes you left. You can't imagine how important it is for someone who doesn't know codes... just like me.

I tried the codes you posted here, and it works great! This is my site if you want to see how it looks like 🙂 However, I do have another question that I hope you'd be able to help me with.

As you can see right now, the folder in the overlay menu on mobile is displayed in two tiers.

but I want to have them shown in a dropdown style like this on just one page so people don't have go back and forth. 

I'd really appreciate if you could take a look into my problem. Thank you so much for your time!

 

Best,

Linglong

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Hello Linglong,

Thank you for your kind words and I'm glad that my code is useful.

I don't have a solution for your issue at this time. Perhaps one of the other members here on the forum can provide a solution.

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On 10/20/2021 at 9:06 AM, linglonglol said:

Right now, the folder in the overlay menu on mobile is displayed in two tiers but I want to have them shown in...just one page so people don't have go back and forth. 

If it were me, I would remove the 'Courses & Services' folder ( and 'Home') from 'MAIN NAVIGATION' and instead place the course page links directly into MAIN NAVIGATION, without the folder.

You'll then have 'About' and the course names only.

Regarding the course names, you may want to consider whether names like 'Level 0' will resonate with your potential customers, or whether alternative navigation names such as '101 Crash Course' would have more meaning.

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