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I'm having a problem with the "Top Link Bar" navigation. I have a certain amount of tabs in the top link bar with Site Pages behind them.

Only the first tab colors blue (the home tab). I want the right tab to color blue if I navigate to the page.

I activated the publishing features so I get the extra navigation settings menu.

I read if you use relative urls the right tab colors blue if you are on the page that links to it, I tried this but unsuccessful.

Any help is welcome.

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can you put some screenshot of your current top link bar? it will be helpful to understand. –  Deepu Nair Feb 14 '12 at 14:28
    
So under the first tab you will find the home page. The other tabs refer to site pages. I navigated with the second tab to the page behind it and the tab does not turn blue. I know that it's possible to have this tab turn blue so it show that you are on that page under that tab. But I cannot figure it out how to do this. –  OG_Mike Feb 15 '12 at 9:48

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Looks like there may be something with the CSS for this. Have you making a CSS file with this included:

.s4-toplinks .s4-tn A.selected {
    background: <whatever settings you want>;
}

I was playing with that on my preprod site and it worked fine for me.

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Late answer but this has been put on hold for myself for a while. I will try this later and approve this answer if I see this trick did it for me. –  OG_Mike Mar 5 '12 at 10:10

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