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    Hi everyone,

    I have a question that I hope someone can help me with.

    I’m using wp_list_pages to generate my navigation. It’s a vertical list. Here is the code generated.

    And here’s the CSS that makes the background of the current page link change colour:

    #main-nav li.current_page_item a { background-color:#CCC; }

    Problem is: When you’re on the "Accommodation" page, the "Accomodation" link background colour changes but so does the links for the 3 rooms as well.

    I’ve tried a bunch CSS to try and remove the styling of the children of current_page_item but none work.

    Please note it works fine when your on a room page. ie only the room link changes colour.

    Any help would be very much appreciated!

    PS I had to login to this forum 4 times to post this.


    Oh boy… my bad. Stupid mistake on my behalf. Spelling mistake in the CSS. Sorry to waste peoples time. Can we delete this post?

    Thanks Apostrophe.

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