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A horizontal bulleted list menu with separators (asp.net)

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I have created a holizontal bulleted list menu for an asp.net (3.5) page using the <ul> and the <li> tags. I want to have separators in that menu   eg (Home | about | Contact us | Publications)

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Question by:Anthony Matovu
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try this ...........

<div>    
<a href="#">Home</a> |<a href="#"> Aboutus </a> |<a href="#"> Contact us </a>
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I think u don't need <ul> and the <li> tags for menu just style the menu div tags.
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