mobile menu icon not needed on desktop version of site

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    Please direct me to the tools or method for removing that top-right mobile menu icon — it is causing viewers using PCs (not Macs) to have the last menu item (Donate) bump-down under the first menu item (About Us), rendering it un-clickable. Windows machines recently updated their browser’s viewing area to include some sort of right-side tool bar, making the width of the browser viewing area even smaller than before (as most Macs have a higher resolution screen than PCs anyway).

    So, to recap, please provide me with a way to have the mobile menu NOT show on desktop views of the website. Thanks in advance!



    Since a number of threads haven’t been responded-to for weeks, I did some digging on my own — this is what I found that might be the solution: Add this to the Custom CSS in the Customizer:

    /* Hide element on Desktop */
    @media only screen and (min-width: 981px) {
    .hamburger {
    display: none !important;

    I’m checking with the client to see if their Windows viewers can now see the menu on a single line.

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