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How to change color of class w--current

#1

Hi,
The most recently clicked sub-menu item on my web-page appears in blue. I am unable to change this. It appears to be set by a class called “w–current” (see screen shot) that is applied directly to the element. How can I access this class to make changes to it? I am unable to do so using the editor.
URL:
https://venst.webflow.io/
ShareLink: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/venst?utm_source=venst&preview=daf545e3228b0edc05a5bfc8178058f6

Many thanks,
Ax

#2

If you had a real link to a child page (you actually had one), you could go to that page, then in the designer, style the current page link anyway you would like.

#3

Thank you so much for the rapid response,
Following your suggestion I have

  • Set up my sub-menu item: “Business” > “Import & Export Companies” to point to the actual page “/dest/thank-you/”

  • Opened that thank-you page in the Editor

  • Selected the Sub-menu item “Business” > “Import & Export Companies”

  • Noticed that the styles now said both “nav-dropdown-sub” & “Current” (see below)
    current-before

  • Clicked after the green “Current” style, but…

  • It then disappears… (see below)
    current-after
    And as you can see from the same screen-shot, the typography font color remains the burgundy and not the expected blue of the w–current

How do I edit the font color of the w–current style.

Many thanks,
Ax

#4

Just reset the color. Even to the same value. Then it will stick. (When current).

#5

Thank you! It worked.
Ax