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I have a one page site on Squarespace 7.1 with a blog page linked. How do I hide the navigation menu at the top of my blog page?

I want to keep the navigation on my main page header, which currently has anchor links to jump to the 3 sections on my one page site. The main navigation menu has "Blog" you can click that brings you to the blog page. When on the blog page, the menu remains at the top. I don't want it there because when you click the 3 sections of my page that are still in the menu, the buttons on the navigation with anchor links don't bring you anywhere.  It would be nice to just have one button or my company logo at the top so you go back to the main page, but not to certain sections of the main page.

*The one work around I've found is that I can change the "LINK" in the wheel setting for each main navigation menu to be: "www.website.com/home/#section" instead of just doing the "#section" anchor link. But I'd rather not have the full URL version of the anchor link because it reloads the page rather than just jumping down lower on the page that's already loaded.



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13 hours ago, MGhouse said:


You don't want this portion: www.website.com

Just keep this in your links: /home/#section

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