[pmwiki-users]SEO: Avoiding Headings in the SideBar

Crisses crisses at kinhost.org
Thu Aug 18 12:36:01 CDT 2005

On Aug 17, 2005, at 9:29 PM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:

> On Wed, Aug 17, 2005 at 02:09:35PM -0400, Crisses wrote:
>> thus the CSS has to take inheritance into account.  I think this is
>> the correct markup:
>> ul.sidebar {  } a list in the sidebar -- this would be the former
>> headers
>> ul.sidebar > li.sidebar {  }  to format a list item with an unordered
>> list as it's parent -- this would be all the list header's children
>> elements
> IIRC, IE 6 doesn't understand '>' selectors.   As a result, one has
> to also specify a CSS rule for any nested <li>'s.

I will keep bad words about IE and design to myself for the moment.

Are you saying that we'll have to make a class for "firstlevelli":

<li class="firstlevelli">this is a first level list item</li>
<li class="justalistitem">2nd level</li>
<li class="justalistitem">Another 2nd Level</li>
<li class="firstlevelli">this is another first level list item</li>

Where in the sidebar, firstlevelli is what used to be the "header"  
item for the sidebar.

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