I have a 'Meet Our Team' section on my home page and I want to be able to click a menu button 'Meet Our Team' and be directed there, even if I click it from another page.
My problem is that if I use #meet_our_team as the URL, the link doesn't work from another page. However, if I use a relative or absolute path plus '#meet_our_team' (e.g. home/#meet_our_team), the functionality works but it becomes styled like the 'Home' button when on the home page (i.e. the button looks pressed).
This is because the CSS class 'current-menu-item' is applied to the list element.
Obviously this class needs to exist for the current element but how do I suppress it in this instance?