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substituting menus per device

I see that the secondary menu disappears on mobile devices. This is great because it can be distracting. But then the links go away. Is there a way to have the theme swap in a different main menu that can contain additional links for mobile devices? Thank you. 


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  • edited June 2014
    Thank you. I'm using the Stack:Left menu option. 

    This is just a test site for now. I bought the theme in order to work with it to see if it's the one I want to use to build the site with. 
    When the screen shrinks, the secondary menu disappears. I actually like that the secondary menu disappears because in many other themes, the secondary menu becomes too important on cellphones, once the main menu shrinks into a dropdown. But once it disappears, I need a place to put all those links. 
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  • edited June 2014
    Thank you, but I did not ask to show the secondary menu. I want to make a totally different primary menu, and only show the different primary menu on mobile devices. 
    So it would work like this: 

    Desktop and tablet: 
    Primary menu #1 shows
    Secondary menu shows

    Primary menu #2 shows in place of primary menu #1
    Secondary menu is hidden. 

    The Primary menu #2 would contain all the links in Primary menu #1, and the links in the Secondary menu as well. 

    This is because cellphone menus display as a list, so it's more logical for cellphone users to see one menu with the full list, and not have to deal with two menus. It's a better user experience for cellphone users. 
    Can this be done? Can we have two different primary menus that hide or show based on screen size? 
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  • edited June 2014
    If we modify the PHP that displays the main menu, to make it display two menus, and then hide one of them via CSS that queries media screen size, would that not work? 
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  • OK, thank you. 
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