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Old 03-17-2006, 06:40 AM   #1
Bo Aakerstrom
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Default Navigation & CSS

I have noticed that most tutorials about how create navbars use a list as a starting point, I have only found one that doesn't.

Is there a reason for this, other than convention?

I was thinking that perhaps screen readers would pick up on the fact that it is a list, instead on text with a link.

Just want to know before I get into bad habits...
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