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David Menk

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    Hi there,

    It sounds like the CSS for the sub-menu hover state is not consistent across your pages. This can happen if there’s a specific style rule that only applies to sub-pages or if there’s an overriding style somewhere in your CSS.

    Here’s a simple approach to fix it:

    1. Open your CSS file and look for the hover state selector for the sub-menu links. It might look something like .submenu a:hover.
    2. Ensure that the color property for the text is set to a contrasting color to the background, like brown, and that it’s the same for both top-level and sub-menu pages.
    3. If you have separate CSS files for different pages, make sure the hover state is consistent across all files.

    Remember, when making changes, always check the result on different pages to ensure consistency.

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    Hope this helps!
    Best,
    David Menk

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