Interesting plugin I must say. I’ve been fiddling with it for a day. Ran into something that perhaps is worth a heads-up.
If I visit my Woocommerce shop page, that page’s menu item gets a class .current-menu-item that I can style, showing the visitor where they are.
After a filtering, the search parameters gets added to the url, and the .current-menu-item is removed from the page’s menu item.
Is there anything to be done here? It looks a bit strange when you do a filtering with the site menu in the sidebar, and after the filtering is done, the menu reverts to a state with no menu item showed as current.
All the best
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