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    I don’t know if this is a WordPress issue or not so please excuse my ignorance.

    I’m trying to make a sub-menu item non-clickable, but when I do it the traditional way by making a custom link and adding # it opens up a blank window.

    Main URL is:

    Top Menu Parent Item is: Who We Are
    Sub-menu Item in question is: Industries Served

    Any suggestions/advice?

    Thank you for time and consideration.


    Hey ChristianAdams!

    There is an http:// before the # symbol. Please check it again. You can add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS to change the cursor when you hover over “Industries Served” menu item.

    #menu-item-4120 a {
    cursor: default;



    Ismael – Thank you so much! Racking my brain on why that wasn’t working. Thought the http:// was there by default and couldn’t be changed. Sometimes it just takes another set of eyes. Thank you again and thank you for the added styling tip as a bonus!




    Glad it worked. :)


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