Deleting a custom menu in Drupal 8
When working with Drupal 8, there are some menu categories that cannot be deleted, such as the Main and Secondary menus. These can, however, be disabled and thus not appear on your site if you so choose. Follow the instructions below to learn how to disable these menus in Drupal 8.
Once you are in the correct place (global or specific theme) locate the Toggle Display settings. To the bottom of the section are checkboxes for both Main Menu and Secondary Menu. Uncheck the box next to the menu which you wish to disable (or check it to enable it). Once complete, click on the Save Configuration button to save the changes.
The before and after shots below demonstrate the disabling of the Main Menu.
Currently, it appears that once you toggle the main/secondary menus via the specific Theme settings, the Global Settings will no longer toggle the menus.
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