I never intended for the Secondary Menu to be used as the main navigation menu, but it turned out to be quite good, especially if you don’t fancy the big bold letters of the Primary Menu, or if you have a lot of menu items.
Example site that uses only the secondary menu, and not the primary menu:
You can completely hide the Primary Menu by adding this code to your child theme’s style.css file or the Custom CSS option:
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