[wp-hackers] WP Menu - Showing wrong active class (for me anyway).

Robert Lusby nanogwp at gmail.com
Tue Jun 21 16:52:10 UTC 2011


Any custom post type "singles" don't show up under a custom post type 
"page" in the menu.

What, therefore, is the correct way to do a Custom Post Type "listing" 
page, so any children show under it in the menu? Eg like "blog home"?  :)


On 20/06/2011 17:27, Travis Northcutt wrote:
> This Trac ticket may cover at least some of the problem you're
> experiencing: http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/16075
> --
> Travis Northcutt
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2011 at 9:51 AM, Robert Lusby<nanogwp at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> I have a WP Menu setup in the standard way in a theme.
>> That menu us made up of various pages including:
>> Home, Blog, Events, Contact.
>> example.com/blog
>> example.com/events
>> example.com/contact
>> etc
>> Events is a custom post type.
>> When visiting any of the top level "pages", the current active menu class
>> is correctly added to the right part of the menu structure. So Contact adds
>> a current class to the Contact menu item etc ...
>> When visiting an item of the "events" custom post type .. eg
>> http://example.com/events/**event1<http://example.com/events/event1>
>> the current class gets added to the "Blog" menu item, and not the Events
>> menu item.
>> Any idea why this is? How do I tell it that this is a child of Events, and
>> not a child of Blog?
>> /events, /blog are all pages.
>> Thanks,
>> Rob
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