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How can I add an current state to my top menu?

Posted on 2011-03-13
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Hi there,
I am trying to make my top menu in this site here http://lisablue.com.au have a current/active state.  I am using cufon also for this, but I can't find the correct CSS tag to get it to work?

Can someone help please?  This is what i Have tried.

#mod-top a:active

{

text-decoration: underline;

color: #4048f0;

}

Cufon.replace('#mod-top a:active span', { color: '#fff', fontFamily: 'trajan', fontSize: '13px'});
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Question by:Amanda Watson
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try just #current{}
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by:Amanda Watson
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ooh I was making it harder than it needed to be!!
Thank you
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