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i have a problem displaying only the menu with wp_nav_menu, in which the current-menu-item is in.

Heres what i got:

function register_menus() {
  register_nav_menus(
    array(
      'sidebar-menu' => __('Sidebar Menu'),
      'first-menu' => __('Menu 1'),
      'second-menu' => __('Menu 2'),
      'third-menu' => __('Menu 3')
    )
  );
}
add_action('init', 'register_menus')

and on the page.php i'm doing

<?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'first-menu')); ?>
<?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'second-menu')); ?>
<?php wp_nav_menu(array('theme_location' => 'third-menu')); ?>

when i now open up a page, which is in Menu 2, i can style it with .current-menu-item - so no problem here.

but i want to display only the one menu, which has the .current-menu-item in it (Menu 2). the other ones (Menu 1, Menu 3) should be display: none;

is there a way to accomplish that? i thought of a walker, a filter or a simple if-statement, which checks for the menu, which has the .current-menu-item but i can't handle it myself :-(

thank you very much

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Just intercept the nav classes and search for the current-menu-item class. This will give you the $item it's associated with.

add_filter( 'nav_menu_css_class', 'get_active_class', 10, 2 );
function get_active_class( $classes, $item )
{
    if ( in_array( 'current-menu-item', $classes) ) {
        // We found the active class!: $item
    }

    return $classes;
}

Now just grab your nav menu and apply the needed css classes or style="display:none" to the others.

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