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how can i add css class on current page in wordpress wp_nav_menu

For Example I Want To Use It In Wordpress wp_nav_menu

<li><a href="index.php?id=index&colortheme=green" class="selected" title="Home">Home</a></li>

Wordpress Code

<?php $menu_args = array('menu' => 'Header' ); wp_nav_menu( $menu_args ); ?>

Using This Function

function add_nav_class($output) {
$output= preg_replace('/<a/', '<a class="selected"', $output, 1);
return $output;
}
add_filter('wp_nav_menu', 'add_nav_class');

but this function select only home and not highlight current page item thanks in advance

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WordPress already adds a class for this purpose called .current-menu-item so just target this class in your css file.

For example, if your menu is in a div with an ID of navigation, add this:

#navigation .current-menu-item {}
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