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    I’m creating my menu.

    I want to realize this.

    Name of the entry of the menu: General.

    Sub entries: alfa, beta and gamma.

    When i go with the mouse over the tabs of alfa, beta and gamma, i want to make them clickable.

    And i realized that: i just add the pages in the menu as subentries.

    The entry “General”, instead, isn’t a page but just a voice of my menu.

    I don’t find a way to add it and make it not clickable.

    My solution: I added a new link in the menu section, and then i edited it to make it a menu item not clickable (i just deleted the url section).

    The worst part is that it’s not clickable (ok), but when the mouse goes over it, it looks as it it is clickable.

    Do you know how can i do it?


    And a lot of compliments for the theme, very very nice… ;)



    because the menu items are links you can’t remove the hover effect. You could change the hover color for each menu item individually by using the menu item id (the menu item id can be found in your page source code). However this needs to be done for “all nonclickable” links and as soon as you change the menu item the ids also change.


    ok thanks…

    i’ll leave it as it is now…



    Ok :)

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