Any way to keep submenu active when a page is selected?

  • Author
    Posts
  • #838260

    Is there any way via CSS to keep my sub menu active or static after the main page has been selected or one of the sub menu’s pages has been selected?
    I am using the twenty eleven theme and my site is at http://complimentsfromsarah.com/
    Thanks in advance!

    The blog I need help with is complimentsfromsarah.com.

    #838577

    I’m sorry but there isn’t a way to do that using CSS. The WordPress.com dropdown menus are setup using Javascript, and WordPress.com doesn’t offer you the option to make changes to that part of the code.

    #838578

    Thanks so much. Do you know if there is anyway of hiding the tags box beneath posts? I saw that its possible to eliminate the category box, but can’t seem to find a way to eliminate the tags.
    – i would still like to keep the tag cloud however.

    #838583

    I checked http://complimentsfromsarah.com/ and I don’t see any tags there. It looks like you already figured out how to hide the tags. It would be great if you wanted to post back a reply showing how you did it so others can see it if they read this later.

    #838584

    thanks i did actually just figure it out …

    .entry-meta {
    clear:both;
    color:#666666;
    display:none;
    font-size:12px;
    line-height:18px;
    }

    is there a resource that identifies or describes selectors for the twenty eleven theme?

    #838585

    Is there a resource that identifies or describes selectors for the twenty eleven theme?

    There isn’t. Most often people will look at the style.css file directly. You can see it linked as the “original stylesheet” on your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS page.

The topic ‘Any way to keep submenu active when a page is selected?’ is closed to new replies.