Unless I have a specific menu active in Layers Menu Locations (Customising>Menus>Header) it shows the title of every single page in my header. How do I get rid of those?

Asked on December 7, 2015 in Troubleshooting.

I’m using a hamburger menu widget (superfly) which works fine and shows up fine.
However, unless I select a specific menu and keep it active in  Layers Menu Locations (Customising>Menus>Header) the title of every single page shows in my header.

How do I prevent this? All those pages were made before installing the layers plugin and I have links to them already in my hamburger menu.  The home page is made with layers.

Thanks in advance for your help, and for making Layers free. I tried a whole bunch of different themes (Kallium, Themify etc) and Layers is the only one that works like it says it will, out of the box.

biosfeer Layers User
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    Answered on December 7, 2015.

    Hi there,
    This is normal behavior in WordPress – this is the fallback menu. You must have a menu set in the Header menu location – if you don’t want any links in that location, don’t add any links to the menu you assign to that location.

    Oh ok, thanks for that!

    on December 7, 2015.
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