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divide a wordpress menu into 2 parts one secion left justified the other on the right side

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At this page you can see that there is a  menu at the top of the page. I want to figure out a way to divide the menu so that there is a large space between "issues" and "2007". So that the years are all to the right. And the items "Home", and "Issues" are on the left.

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by:Oscar9ertango
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http://futurehoustonsupport.com/dev/

forgot to put this link in
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Jason C. Levine earned 500 total points
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Generally speaking, this may be very, very difficult to pull off as a single menu.  You would have to be able to break it up into two containers and float them left and right to create the gap.

You might be better off splitting the single menu up to two menus and creating a second menu location in the theme and using CSS to align the menu containers the way you want them.
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