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Normally a series of list items in html are contained in either an
unordered or ordered list element (depending which you want).
These days, we often create a navigation by using a UL and a bunch
of LI elements inside, each containing a link. The first thing we do is
to change the direction of
rendering from block to inline, so that
they don't fall under one another, but alongside each other instead.
I suggest that if a modern bowser sees a NAV element which has a
group of LI child elements not contained in anything else, the
browser should decide the List Items are to be rendered inline, one
beside the other.
||No, Im not confusing layout with content. Try
||What the fuck are you on about all nav is
redundant what about the situations where you
want navigation, such as, always?