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  • #9188

    Hi,

    A little dilemma here.

    So when you click on a page, the page name in the menu is underlined, right?

    However, this isn’t the case if you have children pages under the top category…How could I make it so that all pages underneath will also behave this way? So that if I click on a child page, the parent page’s name will still be underlined so that the viewer can tell where they are in the navigation?

    Thanks!

    #63788

    Hey,

    try following code in css/custom.css and change the border color value :)

    .main_menu li.current-menu-parent a, .main_menu li.current-menu-ancestor a {
    border-bottom-style: solid;
    border-bottom-width: 2px;
    border-color: #FD8D38 !important;
    }

    .main_menu li.current-menu-parent ul li a, .main_menu li.current-menu-ancestor ul li a, .main_menu li.current-menu-item ul a {
    border-bottom: medium none !important;
    }

    #63789

    Much thanks Dude, that worked out perfect. Case closed.

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