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I am using the secondary navigation on this page: http://plo-frederiksberg.dk/ Using this CSS I would like the menu-item to turn #539baa when a page is selected. I can see the a:active is just for the "action of clicking".


Looking at the main.nav I tried the a:focus but that made no difference?




.menu-separator {
	border-left: 1px solid #539baa;
	font-size: 16px !important;		

#secondnav ul li a {
    color: #323232 !important;

#secondnav ul li a:hover {
    color: #539baa !important;

#secondnav ul li a:active {
    color: #539baa!important;



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You will need to use the Wordpress menu class such as current-menu-item etc... These are visible in the menus classes, you will need to inspect the menu item to get the class.




For example:


#secondnav ul li.current-menu-item a { }


However, you will need to remove the !important declaration you have on your current code, as this will override it and also, you shouldn't need to use !important.

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Solved :-) I cleaned up and added the current-menu-item.


Thank you!!!!

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