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Site URL: http://kenjirolee.com

I was recently redesigning my website and decided to create a folder drop-down menu for my two portfolios, highlighting portfolio items that I wanted anyone exploring the site to quickly access. So far it looks great, except I've encountered a very strange glitch when actually navigating using the folder links.

When I click on any link to a portfolio item in both menus  from something like the home page, I get to that link with no trouble. The same goes if I click on the link I've set up to take a viewer to the base portfolio page. But when I'm in one portfolio item and I use the dropdown menu to access another one...

Well, let me explain it like this. I have two portfolios on my site: plays (I'm a playwright) and projects (I do other things). I click on a page in the plays sections (in a url, it would be plays/moments). I'm there, and I decide I'd like to look at something in the projects section (projects/yellow-face). But when I click on it, I'm taken to the url plays/projects/yellow-face. Then I click on something else in the projects section (projects/peach-boy), but I'm taken to the url plays/projects/projects/peach-boy. And so on. This has occurred with any number of combination of link-clicking.

The workaround for this is going back to the Home page or other non-folder page in navigation and clicking on any of the items from there, but that's not the most user-friendly option for a visitor to the page. Is there a workaround for this, like a custom CSS code or perhaps a setting that I'm missing?

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