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This topic contains 4 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Roberto Porcar 6 years ago.

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    jk allen

    Hey Folks!

    I just added some sub menu items to a design I’m working on and can’t seem to change the background for the life of me. Instead of me spending 30 minutes trying to figure this out, I figured I’d ask the real pros for their help.

    Can you provide the class or id needed to change the background to a sub menu? .sub-menu is not doing the trick for me.

    Much appreciated!



    Roberto Porcar

    which template?


    jk allen

    which template?

    Good Q!

    Starter Child Theme


    Roberto Porcar

    haha… ok

    #standard-menu-wrap .menu LI UL LI A
    background: #002E9A;


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    Correct ^^^

    It’s the anchored menu items that actually have the styles. You can go more generic with the CSS selector so that both the Standard Menu and the Footer Menu receive styling:

    .full-menu .menu li ul li a { background: none; }

    That’ll make the drop down menu (.sub-menu) transparent and then you can target the entire drop down menu with:

    .full-menu .menu li ul { background: lightyellow; }
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