Dear SwansonPhotos and Samfusion,
Thank you so much for getting back to me. As you have gathered I don't really understand how WordPress works and I am indeed very confused about the difference between html and php.
How do you 'just wrap something in PHP'?
My problem is that I want to de-activate the links for the page that you are on in my menu bar at the top,
see my url
for example if you are on the 'Biography' page that link should be de-activated and I want to make a visual change (perhaps make the area round the word 'biography' grey) so that you know that you are on that page (basic menu stuff - all menus follow this pattern.
I know the url for where the page is
But I don't know what the actual file is called and where it is situated, The menu that I have created is coded on the header.php file in the original Delicate folder (linking to the style sheet in my Delicate Child theme) it appears now that all my pages are displaying this menu but it must be possible to make changes for how the menu is displayed on the individual pages (otherwise what would be the point of making it in the first place?)
Is it possible to write some code to make the menu behave differently on each individual page and if yes what is this code and where do you write this code (on the header.php file in the original Delicate folder, on the style sheet in my Delicate Child them folder or on the actual page files themselves, wherever they are)?
I would be immensely grateful for some help on this as I am completely stuck now and can't move on.
Thank you so much for your time and advice