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QUESTION Can anybody fix this?
#1
http://getsimple.webcrow.jp/index.php?id=home

https://purecss.io/layouts/side-menu/

Left side of this theme

Almost done!!!
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#2
You are missing

class="pure-menu-link"

Code:
<a href="http://getsimple.webcrow.jp/index.php?id=home" title="Home" class="pure-menu-link">Home</a>

on each of your A tags in the menu .

That should fix it.
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#3
<ul class="pure-menu-list">

<?php get_navigation(return_page_slug()); ?>

</ul>

How should you fix "li" part?
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#4
Code:
<?php get_navigation(return_page_slug(), "pure-menu-link "); ?>
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#5
Thanks a lot, Carlos, I'LL try.
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#6
<ul class="pure-menu-list">
<li class="pure-menu-item">
<a href="#" class="pure-menu-link">About</a>
</li>
</ul>

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<ul class="pure-menu-list">
<?php get_navigation(return_page_slug()); ?>
</ul>

How do you arrange this code?
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#7
Sorry, the tip I posted is not valid for what you need.

Possible solutions are using the I18N plugin with Custom Rendering for navigation ( http://mvlcek.bplaced.net/get-simple/mul...-rendering ) or the Custom Navigation plugin ( http://get-simple.info/extend/plugin/cus...tion/1051/ )
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#8
you can add the class with jquery. If you don't want to use a script look at the pure css and copy all the declarations for the pure-menu-item class and put them in your own theme css  for nav li  and the same for pure-menu-link to nav li a .
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#9
Thanks a lot, I'll try!!!
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#10
I gave up!

You are genius! teach me please.
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