I am working on a little project that involves Word Press. I took a chance and asked a question over on the WP forums, but got terrible results. (The people over there are not nearly as friendly as the people here. They insult you, and if you ask a follow up question the mods get furious, call it arguing, and close the thread.. All due to other members. So i highly suggest sticking to CF.)
I am working on a navigation, and I've been trying to think of the best way to have a grep between each link. I'm not wanting to cause SEO problems. I was thinking something like
But I'm not sure whether the majority of browsers support
I thought about using a simple div like
padding; 0 4px 0 4px;
But I am afraid that might cause SEO problems. I highly doubt it would matter in my navigation.. But I still want to find the best method.
My desired result is
link1 | link2 | link3 |link4
I don't want to bring WP into the whole conversation because that doesn't really fit into the html / css category and more so the general web building side of the forums.. But those familiar with WP know it uses
wp_list_pages to call the page links. You can of course call them individually, however that means you have to modify the navigation output each time you add a page. This is just a reminder to those familiar with it.
Could any one please suggest the best method to have text between links that are list items?