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Creating a class="current" for navigation on dynamic plugin pages

Thread began 3/23/2011 10:05 am by Jenny I | Last modified 3/25/2011 1:20 pm by Jenny I | 2426 views | 7 replies

Jenny I

Hi Jason,

Thanks so much, I think this is what I need.
The only thing is that my class style is on the <li> tag and not on the <a> tag. The second problem I am facing is that my <li> tag has 2 class styles attached to it e.g

  <li class="home current"><a href="management.php"></li>  

Would you be able to tell me how to write the if statement to dynamically set the class to the <li> tag instead. Also would you also be able to show me how the if statement would look with the variable and without the variable e.g

  <li class="home current"><a href="management.php"></li>
<li class="services"><a href="management.php?action=search"></li>  

The reason I need to know how to declare both is because framework builder already allows you to set a default plugin to load so I would not need to have the variable in the url when creating my main navigation, only when creating my sidebar navigation.

Many thanks in advance

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