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Thread: Site Map Help

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    I'm working on a Drupal site and can't get the site map to look right. I'm using an unordered list with list items for each one. This causes the entire thing to be displayed in one long vertical list. This is what I want it to do:

    Home Services
    -About Us -Item 1
    -Mission -Item 2

    How do I get them to line up horizontally with the correct list item under each heading?
    Thank you for any advice!

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    We need two things ...
    1) A URL so we can see it.
    2) Some scripting you have done that creates the page we're looking at.


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    This is from the page.tpl.php
    www.dental-er.info is the site that I'm working on. Thanks for looking. I also went to http://www.xml-sitemaps.com and had a generated site map which I uploaded to my domain root folder with no success. Thanks for the help.
    <span id="footermenu">
    <ul><a href="http://dental-er.info">Home</a></ul>
    <li>About Us</li>
    <li>Mission</li>
    <ul><a href="http://dental-er.info/location">Location</a></ul>
    <li>Driving Directions</li>
    <ul><a href="http://dental-er.info/prices">Prices</a></ul>
    <li>Fees</li>
    <li>Forms of Payment</li>
    <li>Insurance</li>
    <ul><a href="http://3-d-dental-images.com" target="_blank">3-D Imaging</a></ul>
    <ul><a href="http://dental-er.info/about-the-owner">About the Owner</a></ul>
    <ul>Home Remedies</ul>
    <ul><a href="http://dental-er.info/post-op-instructions">Post-Op Instructions</a></ul>
    </span>

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    don't see the sitemap? or ink to it.

    did you put any kind of css styling on the list ?

    might be as simple as:

    <style type="text/css">
    ul{list-style-type:none;}
    ul li{list-style-type:none;
    padding: 0 0 0 25px;}
    </style>

    but won't know until we see the code.

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    Thanks but I think this is over my head. I've been using wordpress for a few years and understand it well. A friend suggested that I start learning Drupal. He said that once I got over the learning curve, I would love it. I guess the curve is bigger than I thought. I'm not giving up but probably should not take on paying customers until I know more. I'm glad I found this site though, it's very useful and people are so willing to help others out. Thanks for the help!


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