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    First of all, sorry for my english :(

    I have my menu, and I need to give a special colour to the the word that indicates the page you’re at.
    It happens, but only when the menu shrinks. I need to happen this all the time.

    (For example, when you are in “Producto” page, I need that the word “Producto” be green, and the rest of the menu words were gray… ALL THE TIME)

    Thanks in advance!


    Hello Andy,

    It is strange, your website does not load for me. I will still try to help you!

    Am I correct in understanding that you would like to have a different color for the menu item of the current page?

    If so, you can try this code in Quick CSS:

    .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li.current-menu-item > a, 
    .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li.current_page_item > a { color: gray; } /* color of active menu item */

    You can replace gray with the color of your choice. You can see more code about changing menu color here:

    Best regards,


    Thanks for your answer, but the css code you gave me, is helpfull only when the menu shrinks.
    I need to change the color of the menu item of the page you’are at, when the menu isn’t shrink also.

    Do you think it’s possible?



    You can try this code:

    .menu-item a:active {
      color: red !important;

    Best regards,
    John Torvik

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