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@s mcbeav, you could simply use another element such as a definition list i.e. dl, dd in place of ul and li. If that doesn't work change the ul and li's to divs and add ids or classes.
can anyone help with doing this without list items. It is conflicting with another script of mine. i am not a css guru or anything but i basically need to be able to have the styling of the list items not affect the other styling of the list items on my page if that makes any sense. is there any way to do so?
will work in firefox too. just google firefox css transitions and copy and paste the transition code in.
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