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    I would like to ask for help with the mobile view of a WordPress website. I’ve been struggling to find a way to replace the menu button with the simple, always-expanded items. I would highly appreciate any advice.

    I don’t have access to editing my theme (‘Twenty Twelve’) because of tight hosting controls in my institutions. I do have access to the ‘Additional CSS’ option, which can go quite a long way, after all–and I hope so too for this matter.

    Website for which I’m requesting advice:

    Thank you very much,




    I can’t see much on mobile, but the menu markup changes from this;

    id="menu-menu-1" class="nav-menu"

    To this;

    id="menu-menu-1" class="nav-menu toggled-on"

    When the menu button is activated.

    I would presume that there are styles defined against this toggled-on class in one of your stylesheets that you can transfer to the non-activated state to keep the menu permanently open.
    You can use the developer toolbar to see what/where those are – that’s F12 in most browsers.

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