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I was having an issue where my menu was being created using:

wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'main_menu', 'menu_class' => 'sf-menu''))

The resulting HTML was like this:

<div class='sf-menu'><ul><li...></ul></div>

As you can see, the $menu_class argument was being applied to the div instead of the ul. And the ul doesn't even have an id attribute despite using the default items_wrap.

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The reason this was happening was simple - I had just installed the theme and had not yet associated a menu with the 'main_menu' theme location. Once I had the menu assigned, the markup generated acted as expected.

To assign a menu, go to Appearance > Menus then select the Manage Locations tab. On there you can choose which menu goes with the theme location. Save your changes and the markup should then be correct.

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You can try this one.

<?php wp_nav_menu(array(
    'theme_location' => 'main_menu', 
    'container' => 'ul',
    'container_class'   =>  'sf-menu'
));?>
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    Could you explain why do you think this will help. This is a Q&A site, so the answers should help understand the problem and be helpful for others. Feb 19, 2019 at 12:12

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