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  • What I want to do is, Use two different classes in same list like Category, recent post etc

    Visually:

    consider this code

    <h2> (#sidebar h2)Categories</h2>

      <li class1> first category </>
      <li class2> second cat </>
      <li class1> third cat </>

      is it possible?

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  • Honestly, why is so difficult for a “Web Developer” (?) to do a right click and take a look at the source code? Or the read the **** documentation?

    Honestly, why is so difficult for a “Web Developer” (?) to do a right click and take a look at the source code? Or the read the **** documentation?

    I dont think that u got my point.

    i am talking about automatically generated LIST items like, category, recent posts and specially the list generated by CATEGORY POST plugin

    I want to use 2 classes, for same list.

    bump

    I, too, am trying to list each category with its own class. I would like the output to look like something like this in my sidebar:

    a href=”http://mydomain.com/?cat=1″ cat=1/a
    a href=”http://mydomain.com/?cat=2″ cat=2 /a
    a href=”http://mydomain.com/?cat=3″ cat=3 /a

    This way I can create a style for each category and color code them.

    I have already figured out how to call the different class names by using the php the_category_unlinked(”) tag and using the category slug as the class name.

    All I need to do is figure out how to get the class= into the line.

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