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Can anyone shed any light on why the following doesn't work for getSegment(2) but the previous does for getSegment(1)?

URL structure for these two examples are:

root.com/blog

root.com/blog/trends

 <a class="button button--outline-blue {% if craft.request.getSegment(1) == 'blog' %}current{% endif %}" href="/blog">All</a>

{% nav category in craft.categories.group('blogCategories') %}

    <a class="button button--outline-blue {% if craft.request.getSegment(2) == 'trends' %}current{% endif %}" href="{{ category.url }}">{{ category.title }}</a>

{% endnav %}
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  • What do you see if you you {{ dump(craft.request.getSegment(2)) }} on the /blog/trends page? Any chance the result you are seeing has to do with CSS styles? I expect when you say it doesn't work you mean the current class is not being added to the a tag in the second example. Nov 1 '15 at 15:16
  • Urgh ignore that question it is working I was just using the wrong template! Face Palm I do have a follow up question on how to make what I've used in the example as 'trends' to be the category title? I've tried what's been updated in the question.
    – sarah3585
    Nov 1 '15 at 15:30
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    Can you add an official answer to your original question and post your follow-up as a new question?
    – Brad Bell
    Nov 1 '15 at 17:04
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Code above is fine. I was stupidly updating the wrong template

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