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current_page_item not changing link text colour

  1. Hello All,

    I've been googling this for a few hours and keep drawing a blank no matter what I try - so I'm wondering if someone will be able to help me!

    I'm working on using WP as a CMS and want to style my navigation links to be white when the user is on that page.

    Here is what I've got so far: http://www.animalwebdesigns.co.uk/wordpress/

    As you can see, I've got the navigation set up so that when you hover over the link it changes to white. What I can't seem to get is the link text color changed to white when you are on the specific page. By using the .current_page_item class in my style.css I can get the backgound changed, or like I currently have - the correct link underlined. I just seem at a complete loss as to changing the text itself to white.

    Is it a simple line I am missing? Have I styled the nav list wrong? Here is the css that makes it does what it's currently showing:

    <br /> #header_nav a, #header_nav a:visited {<br /> color: #4D4D4D;<br /> text-decoration: none;<br /> font-size: 9px;<br /> font-family:Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif;<br /> }</p> <p>#header_nav a:hover{<br /> color: #fff;<br /> }</p> <p>.current_page_item{<br /> color:#FFF;<br /> text-decoration:underline;<br /> }<br />

    Anyone got any clues?
    Thanks in advance,
    Adam

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