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    Recently I activated the CSS Classes from within the screen options. After doing so, I typed in “home” in the expanded view of my main menu structure in order to stop the links in the main menu from being a different color when on that page. I was able to do successfully in the child template, but it seems not to take in the parent template. Can anyone offer me any help?
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    #19737
    Sushil Adhikari
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    hi Craig….you did it correct, but I’m a bit lost on what you did when you said you did this in your child template but it doesn’t work in the parent? Perhaps it’s better to post a link to your site and then I can get a better idea of your “Home” menu link, but are you using the parent theme or the child theme now?

    #19738

    Thank you kindly. Here is my link.

    http://69.195.124.210/~bernielb/

    I’m now working on the parent template.

    #19740
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Thanks for the link…. first question…how did you make your menu? I looked at your source code and the classes are different from what they should be by default from WordPress. I’m going to guess you did not create a custom menu? Also, when I looked at the code, the “home” class is not there which is why you don’t see it working.

    #15063

    Thank you. That worked perfectly.

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