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I have trawled through inline css files on the WP template, and found where to change the menu I want the hover colour to be blue. The change I have applied works to the first sub level.

As you can see from attached images the 1st level hovers blue - the colour I want. Adhesives and tapes are on the same level and they are both blue.

In writing, 1st level Pens and Pencils is blue, however lower levels are still red, (Pens example).

How can I apply the blue to sub levels, no matter how many?

The css I am using is:

.nav-dropdown.nav-dropdown-bold > li > a:hover, .nav-dropdown.nav-dropdown-bold > li > li > a:hover {
 
background-color: #6B82A5 !important;}

The site is on a sandbox platform at the moment but the address is:

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Never mind I have sorted it.

Never mind I have sorted it.

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Chhild selector?

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If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.