Ok, I will try and explain what I mean – am still working locally so cannot show. I have header-menu items which are island a/b/c/. I have then created using a function in my child theme, (see below), 3 secondary menus which essentially have the same sections (about/sleep/eat), but have tailored drop downs according to whether it is island a/b/c.
Is there a way to keep the primary header menu item highlighted, say island a, when you are using the secondary menu/dropdown for that category? I can get it to work with css so in the secondary menu if you select sleep, say, and then use the drop down, then the page you click on is highlighted as well as sleep, but what I really want is island a to be highlighted as well, so the user can see the progression down through the menu/hierarchy…
This is the code used to create the menus
'secondary-menu-one' => __( 'Secondary Menu (one)', 'graphene' ),
Thanking you in advance for any insights and help.
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