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    Hey ya’ll. First time post on this awsum site.

    I having sum problems with CSS/xHTML/thinking…
    On this site im working on, I use the ol’ classic UL menu. It looks like this:



    .menu-wrap ul li {

    .menu-wrap ul li a {
    border-right:thin #fff solid;

    And it looks like shit with the border-right on the last menu item. It kind of looks incomplete, like its missing a link on the end. I want to remove the border-right on the last menu item.

    This can be easily done with a class applied to it. But the thing is it will be used dynamically within a CMS site. So i wont be able to class the links.

    I have tried the :last-child and :first-child but the compatibility is not what i want because the client may be using IE6 or such shitty-devils-work browsers.

    Is there another solution? (Btw. Im from sweden, so my english may not be as evolved as yours :P)



    I have used

    <--[if lt IE 9]>

    Of course jQuery has to be loaded before.

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