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There is not a SEO issue or a Google penalty for repeating the menu. Menu are links to your other pages, and generally they are used to improve navigation and user experience. Actually, many many sites may display more than one their menus in various locations on the same page. However the way it has been developed in your site is not the ideal and can be ...


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While this isn't an ideal practice Google is able to now detect the CSS used in a page to detect when elements are being hidden and when elements are visible as long as the robots.txt file isn't blocking access to the CSS and javascript files which control which version of the menus is visible. You shouldn't see any issues with SERP ranking. Having said ...



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