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By "When I click the top level node on my website" you mean any of "Join the action", "About", and "Learn More!" pages, right? The default behavior of the group page is to navigate to its first sub-page, however in the specific scenario you have implemented, your first sub-page is also a group page, so the same logic will be implemented. In other words, clicking on "About" or "Learn More!" will redirect you to "Introduction" or "What is it all about?" respectively.
In your navigation, the current node will be selected, which will be the content page, not the group page. I have prepared a short video for you demonstrating the functionality of the default navigation, and a customized TreeView navigation (the upper one) which works with somewhat different logic - it will display as selected the Group page you have clicked and expand its first sub-page, be it a group page or a standard page. If the customized functionality suits you better, I'm attaching the control to this reply - you'll just need to include it in your project, build it and specify it as a template for the Sitefinity navigation
control (you can do that by editing the widget and specifying the app relative path to the template in the TemplatePath box of the Navigation control's design settings).
I hope this information helps. If there's anything else I can help you with, please let me know. I'll be glad to assist you further.
All the best,
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