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[Resolved] CHANGING "HOME" TEXT IN MENU BAR

  • Hello:)

    I would like to change the font of “Home” in the navigation bar to unbolded in my child theme CSS.
    When I make other pages and name them, they are unbolded. It’s just the “Home” tab that is giving me issues. This is Twenty Eleven.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks so much!

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  • It’s because that’s the page you’re currently on; the original designer wanted to give you a way to highlight that page as different! So, if you click About Me, it get’s bold too. I think it’s nice to stand-out when it’s the current page; but if you wanted to nuke it, add this to your child theme:

    #access .current_page_item > a {font-weight:normal;}

    AND if you really want to highlight the current page less subtley; you could add a background colour on that selector too!

    Oh! Silly me. I see what you are saying, THANK YOU!

    Rad! If that works for you mark as resolved. This is the forum equivalent of high-fiving.

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