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Old 03-24-2009, 12:06 PM   #1
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Default Vertical align for navigation lists with multiple lines

I'm using <ul> and CSS for a site navigation. I can't provide a link 'cause it's on my work development server (an intranet). In a nutshell, it's 7 buttons but three of the buttons have longer text so wrap to 2 lines. I want all the buttons the same size.

I found and article that explains how to do it, and it mostly work. The problem is, this solution requires each <li> to have an <a> tag. I prefer to remove the <a> tag from the page that's displaying, so the above article isn't enough.

Is there a way to get <li> buttons the same height if there's no <a> tag? line-height and height have no effect on the <li> alone.

Alternative: trying to talk the content owner into shorter text...

   
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