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    Hi Sakin,
    we want to configure the chicago theme in the following way:

    A menu of static pages in the footer1 area
    No Menu entries and now pink bar in the top of the page.

    Is this possible without crating a child template ?

    How can I achieve this.

    Until no I could disable the pink bar, but as soon as I create a new menu with some entries in the footer area the top reappears.

    Regards Mike


    @adrenalinmike: Your question is not so clear. Please post in reference with your site URL. If you want to remove primary menu then you can either create Blank Menu from “Appearance => Menus” and assign then empty menu to primary menu location from “Appearance => Menus => Manage Locations” or you can hide it by adding in the following css in “Appearance => Customize => Theme Options => Custom CSS Options” box:
    #masthead #site-navigation { display: none; }


    Hi Sakin

    #masthead #site-navigation { display: none; }
    did the trick.
    Thanks alot for your work and your fast support.

    I will try more of your templates for my other projects.

    Hopefully I find a reason to use a pro version for one of them.

    Cheers Mike


    @adrenalinmike: Great. Yes, if you are satisfied with free version then you don’t need to upgrade it. Just upgrade it when you need it. You can check out theme instructions of pro version at http://catchthemes.com/theme-instructions/chicago-pro/

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