I want another text color for the active page. I have grey hyperlinks and I want a green hyperlink to indicate the current page. I have created classes for each page, gave each hyperlink an id and made a style referring to the id one and so on. It works so far: The hyperlink for the current page does show in italic. But when I change the style ‘colour’ into green, that does not have any effect. What is not right in my approach? Link to my site: http://www.appadvies.nl Thanks for your help! Wim
Are you using the CSS Menu action or are you going manually with it? If manually, then you’re going to have to apply a style to the text element that is the current page you want to use. So if you applied a style to it called “currentpage” and then in your CSS window, under TAG, you entered in “.currentpage a” and then style it from there then when that page was loaded or that style was used within the page it would have that unique styling attribute used.
The CSS Menu action greatly simplifies this for you by adding this style automatically if you choose to do so.
I am not confusing ‘active’, but thanks for the remark.
I am going manually with it. I did apply a style to the text: #one a.one and so on, and gave each page an id, as well as classes to the hyperlinks.
If I do not style the hyperlinks, they will appear in standard hyperlink blue, and the hyperlink for the current page is green as intended. But thats not what my design is about; I dont want the blue hyperlinks, they should be grey.