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    For some reason, can’t figure out a good/simple solution to this. The new WordPress 3.0 menu feature is great, and now I’m trying to figure out a good way to customize the menu bar that it builds.

    Basically, I’m trying to give a different visual/graphic for each menu item on the nav bar. Much like the nav bar on css-tricks "articles", "forums", "screencasts" etc, where each menu item has a different icon associated with it. Is there an easy elegant way to do this. I guess I can always "hard code" the nav bar, but looking to avoid it so as to take better advantage of the new WordPress menu system.

    Any ideas? Thanks!


    Each list item should pump out a specific class related to that page.

    I would hardcode it first to make sure everything is working and then once you’ve fully tested it, simply swap out the class names that you put for the ones that WordPress generates.

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