> To highlight menu item corresponding to current page, you might find
> this technique  interesting.
> In your DW templates, you juste have to specify the ID attribute of the
> body tag as editable
> If you are working with DWMX2004 the [modify/templates/make attribute
> editable] function should do the trick.
> Regarding (nested) list styling, here is _THE_ listamatic resource 
The two examples are reversed btw :)
I do like the "ID on body" trick a lot for keeping all styles in one CSS,
but I dislike just relying on CSS to highlight the current navigation
The accessibility guidelines tell us not to rely on CSS alone, and a
current navigation point should also be obvious when CSS is off.
Furthermore basic usability best practises tell you that the current page
should not link to itself.
I normally use the aforementioned technique with the difference that the
current page is not a link but a strong. Parent elements get a strong
inside the link.
That way you have the benefits of the ID on body trick and you are
independent of CSS.
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