I have the following, very common problem:
In PG you can create a header menu with menu links as a master page or component which you can use on any site of your website. You can create an .active class and make the menu links editable so that you can only change this class on any site (alway highlight the site you are visiting at the moment).
I can do this with a master page or a component, everything works fine. But when I use a component inside a master page, updating the whole project always overrides the active classes so it will restore the status of the master page.
That problem is also defined in this video (min 14): Using Master pages in a multi-page project - Tutorial - YouTube
The solution here is to tell PG to make the outer element editable and define to change just the component you want to edit. But then PG accepts every change I do to the header on any page which I don’t want (the header should look the same everywhere except the active menu links). I would like to use a component inside a master page because I can use components also in other projects.
Is there an even better way to achieve this simple task? Would it be a solution if PG would treat a component inside a master page like a normal component regarding editable areas?