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RE: separating adjacent links

From: Tim <tim@wiseguysonly.com>
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 10:07:42 +0100
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000301c2c1f5$b9535630$1a00a8c0@reliant>

Lists are the natural format for navigation, as it is in effect .... a

Of course you can add style to your list which means you can bypass the
standard block display style and have linear, non-bulleted lists.  In
fact the possibilities are only as limited as your imaginativeness with

The following article, Taming lists with CSS is a great resource for
using lists in navigation:



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Sent: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 10:57 PM
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Subject: Re: separating adjacent links

--- "Scarlett Julian (ED)"
<Julian.Scarlett@sheffield.gov.uk> wrote:
> Sorry if this is old ground (I did search the
> archives but...). Does using
> the following get round the problem of separating
> adjacent links with more
> than whitespace and if so is it an acceptable
> solution for everyone?
> <!--nav menu here-->
> <ul>
> <li><a href="somwhere">link text</a></li>
> <li><a href="somwhere esle">link text 2</a></li>
> </ul>
> <!--end nav menu-->

yes, it's a bulletpoint = a printable character.  on
top of that it's good structural markup which fits the


omnia mea mecum porto


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