Yes. Use <r:here> if you want exact matches. However, often I just break out the navigation special cases (Home is a typical one).

Sean

Joe Van Dyk wrote:
<ul class="sidemenu">
<r:navigation urls="Home: / | About: /about" >
   <r:normal><li><a href="<r:url/>"><r:title /></a></li></r:normal>
   <r:selected><li class='selected'><a href="<r:url />"><r:title
/></a></li></r:selected>
</r:navigation>
</ul>

Say I'm on the page /about/page.  Won't both the Home and the About
links have the 'selected' class specified?  Since /about/page is a
child of both those pages?

Joe
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