Apologies in advance if this is a superfish issue rather than a Corolla one...

When I select a top-level menu item, the background lightens, but the text color darkens to remain readable, as expected.

However if I select a child item from a drop-down menu, then the top-level (parent) background lightens, but text color remains light, so becomes difficult to see on the light background.

Is this a bug, or is this something which I have misconfigured?

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kathc’s picture

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I'm having the same problem. I've set the Navigation, and Navigation hover to 2 darker colours (purple and green) with the text white. When the main item is clicked and then browse down to the secondary item, the selected tab is purple text, but when I click on a secondary item, the text of the primary item becomes white. I've attached an image showing the different states.

phucsd’s picture

I'm having the same problem. None can't help me repair this error?

aharown07’s picture

I had this problem as well. I eventually fixed it as follows:
- install footheme as subtheme of corolla
- in the footheme css file (or whatever you name it)

#menu-bar-wrapper .sf-menu.sf-style-default .active-trail.sf-depth-1 {
background-color: transparent;
Result: you go to a child menu item page/node, the tab simply disappears. The text remains visible. If you prefer, you can set it to a diff. color instead of transparent. Experimented w/that for a while but the heuristics seemed better to just have no tab at all on those pages since the page title/contents don't really match the parent menu item at that point.

Make sure you clear your cache to test. Works on my site.

By the way, there's much on this problem here: https://drupal.org/node/1754460
I'm closing this one as a duplicate.

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Status: Active » Closed (duplicate)