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  • allentan

    (@allentan)


    I have a Custom menu created with a mix of Pages and Custom Link, but most Custom links are with no URL so its Unclickable. I wanted to make those Unclickable items with No Underline, and those with Links on Pages to be UNDERLINE and clickable. How should i do it ?

    Regards
    Allen

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  • zex2911

    (@zex2911)

    When you go to dashboard/appearance/menus, in the top right corner you have screen options tab. Click on it, and thick CSS Classes checkbox. Now when you click on a small triangle next to menu item (example:home on the right has custom/page/link text and small triangle next to it) you will have option to add class to that menu item. Just add any and style it the way you want.

    allentan

    (@allentan)

    Do you have any sample of a class type and where do I add this Class into? style.css?

    zex2911

    (@zex2911)

    just add any class you want (no-underline, unclick-link, alcohol-free…) and than in your style.css, where you think it will make sense to you, add that class. For example:
    .exit-festival{text-decoration:none}

    allentan

    (@allentan)

    Ok. I got it.

    Thanks..

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