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    question: is a sitemap tabular data?

    hi, just a quick question on sitemaps.

    does the data of a sitemap count as tabular data? I just ask, as i have built the whole site in css, and i'm now about to finish it with the sitemap, but it would be easiest to do with a table, rather than stuffing about with css for hours..

    i guess i could just do it with lists though couldn't i?

    comments? I just want to find out what the "standard" might be.

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    Is your sitemap a list of sites? Or is it a set of value-pairs, ie, automatically you would write down two columns with the one on the left related to the one on the right?

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    Usually a sitemap is a list or a group of nested lists.

    These three articles explain how to style lists.
    http://www.alistapart.com/articles/taminglists/
    http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listutorial/
    http://www.webreference.com/programming/css_lists/
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    hi drhowarddrfine, no this is a sitemap of my website, so a list of pages within it... so i guess as Kravvits said - lists is the way to go.

    I realise now as i build it how simple it really is (and it makes sense!)

    cheers guys!



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