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I'm using this code but it's not working

function special_nav_class($classes, $item){
    if( in_array('current-menu-item', $classes) ){
        $classes[] = 'active';
    }
    return $classes;
}
add_filter('nav_menu_css_class' , 'special_nav_class' , 10 , 2);

Inspect Element:

<li id="menu-item-106" class="d-inline-block menu-item menu-item-type- 
post_type menu-item-object-page current-menu-item page_item page-item-32 
 current_page_item menu-item-106 active"><a href="#">Something</a></li>

Add active class but still it doesn't change the design still the same.

  • The code works fine and you can see it in the Inspector. First, clean up all caches and refresh the page. Second, check your CSS. – Max Yudin Jul 25 '18 at 14:44
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You wont need that PHP code to style links to the current page in your nav. WordPress adds a class (current-menu-item) by default on links to the current page. But WordPress does not style the link for you. That would be part of the theme. You can add a rule to the theme's CSS ( typically /wp-content/themes/your_theme/style.css ) to style the link differently. For example :

li.current-menu-item a {
    color: pink;
    // or whatever
}
  • Thnx for the answer.Just checked the style.css and saw that current-menu-item is nowhere. – TestimiUEB Jul 26 '18 at 7:19
  • @TestimiUEB You may want to reread my answer : "WordPress does not style the link for you" ... "You can add a rule" – AyexeM Feb 26 at 18:20

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