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There is default SharePoint CSS class available that you can use. ms-dialogHidden is the class when you don't want particular div or any element to appear on the dialog. So simply specify extra class to the navigation div ms-dialogHidden.


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The menu pulled either by Managed Navigation or structured, more or less has same implementation of css classes by SharePoint. It is very much possible to customize the mega menu according to our own needs provided we know nuts and bolts of SharePoint's rendered html. jQuery and css are the 2 ingredients we need to stew our mega menu :) I can divide this ...


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I used the following CSS code to hide it: .ms-breadcrumb-top ul.ms-core-listMenu-root>li.static>a.static.menu-item{ display:none; } You can add the above to the alternate CSS file for the site collection. Hope this can help.



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