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Oct
11
comment wp_nav_menu check both hierarchy fail?
Yes I follow on trac some tickets I see that is the expected behavior. Scenario 1 It happens the same if u have a page duplicate in the menu. All parent are marked. Or if 'PAGE A1' are a 'SUB-PAGE' of 'PAGE A' and in the MENU the 'PAGE A1' are only child of 'PAGE B' 'PAGE A' has class 'current-page-parent' and 'PAGE B' has class 'current-menu-parent' What I expected to be the right behaviour in case of the 'POST X' Attached to 'CATEGORY 1' in Scenario 1 is that 'PAGE A' have a class e.q. current-pseudo-parent-menu
Oct
10
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Oct
10
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Oct
10
comment wp_nav_menu check both hierarchy fail?
the menu tree is 'Page -> Category 1' and the 'Post1' are in 'Category 1'. When u are in Post1, the 'Category 1' are highlight but 'Page 1' not
Oct
10
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