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  • #42740
    janet4now
    Participant

    I am trying to create a footer in WordPress that lists the pages and subpages to format JUST like it’s typed below… with the main page followed by subpages on the same line, then the new main page is on the next line with it’s subpages, etc.

    • Home
    • About Us

      • Our People
      • Our Philosophy

    • Services

      • Creative
      • Instinctive

    • Contact Us

      • Sign Up for Newsletter
      • Employment Opportunities

    The actual html is:

    This shouldn’t be so hard — What am I missing? Here is the url: http://dev.trinityriverdesign.com/optivestinc/

    Thanks in advance!

    #124635
    Musama
    Member

    it’s better to do just the home about our process … and prevent the submenus because it’s a bad practice

    #124638
    tomrogers123
    Member

    As all the subpages are contained in ul.children, couldn’t you just set them as inline eg:

    .footer ul .children {
    display: inline
    }

    If I’m misunderstanding your issue, get back to me and I’ll be glad to help.

    #124636
    TheDoc
    Moderator

    Whoa whoa whoa. Why are we suggesting that a submenu is bad practice?

    #124653
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Using nav is allot easier and more convenient than using lists as navigation.

    #124726
    Paulie_D
    Moderator
    #124757
    Paulie_D
    Moderator

    >the board was just barfing up the list in her code rather than formatting it as a code block.

    You mean it’s just chucking out a list of ‘li’ without any indication as to whether they are submenu list items or not?

    It doesn’t seem to be doing that now…

    #124796
    TheDoc
    Moderator

    That’s because I fixed it ;)

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