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Highlighting "Top level of current page" revisited

Thread began 12/01/2009 5:11 am by cpfusion | Last modified 12/03/2009 12:26 pm by cpfusion | 1165 views | 3 replies


Highlighting "Top level of current page" revisited

Hi there all,

I am currently using CSS Menu Writer 2.0.3 and have used it successfully on a few sites with only one problem "Highlighting Top level of current page", which was solved with the help of Jason Byrnes (thanks Jason).

However, this problem has arisen again, albeit in a slightly different manner...

I have a site which is unfortunately not highlighting the "Top level of current page" when the sub menu pages are linked to via a hyperlink with added parameters e.g. archived_news.php?yr=2009&m1=07&m2=09

If I remove the parameters at the end of the URL, the menu highlights correctly.

Is there something I can do to make this work as it should?

Thanks in advance,


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