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Displaying Separator in Menu Control with CSS Friendly Adapter

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How do I use the menu control with the CSS Friendly adapater to:

1) display the separatorurl image to separate the menu items from each other and

2) hide the separatorurl image from being displayed on the LAST menu item
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That's an interesting approach, havj123. I hadn't thought of that.

When I tried it, using the SiteMapDatasource, and updating my Web.sitemap file by creating a new SiteMapNode as follows:

<siteMapNode url="Test.aspx" title="|" description="">

it works, however, it takes on the behavior of the other menuitems on hover (i.e. change color, change mouse pointer, underline, etc). I need the pipe symbol to stay static (unchanged). Is there anyway to accomplish this?

Thanks.
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