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Trying to hide the navigation bar on a single page | Galapagos Template


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You didn't say whether you want to hide the nav on desktop or mobile or both. Either way, you'll need to add code to the per-page code injection area of just this page. You'll find it on the Settings panel for the page - click the 'gear' icon beside the page name in the Pages list, then click Advanced.

If you want to remove it from both (and this will include removing the site title on mobile), add this:

   .nav {
       display: none;

If you want to remove it from desktop only, add this instead:

   .nav-container.primary-wrapper {
       display: none;


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Hi Paul,

Thanks for posting this.

I'm fairly new to Squarespace but this solution doesn't seem to be working for me. I'm using the Monocle template and would like to remove the bottom menu bar, I've tried various coding (I'm not up on coding, just for info...) with no joy.

This is my page; https://www.riffraffphotography.co.uk/aldwark-manor-rates

I wondered if you might have a suggestion for me? I hope you don't mind me asking, but Squarespace are unable to offer advice on coding, and I can't seem to find the answer anywhere.

Thanks in advance.


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