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  • I’m using the WP 1.2. There is a way to have the category name and list separately, so that I can control the markup? I need:
    li id=”class_id” … a href… etc.
    Every list item with different id, obviously.
    At the moment it looks like I can’t modify the markup in which the list appear. I’d like to use the link (the argument of href) even in other places. It is possible?
    And there’s a place where I can find the wp_list_cats options with example? By now I’ve found the olt list_cats in the wiki.
    Mmm… a lot of question… 😉 Thanks!

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  • Bimbobello,
    Have a look at this page in the Wiki which may help you.

    I have no explained well my problem.
    What I want isn’t a css feature. All I want is to control the output of the wp_list_cats.
    Suppose I have three categories: general, cinema, comics. I click in cinema, and I want in that page the cinema item in the cat list being not clickable, and, suppose, bold.
    Is it possible?

    It is possible. Trace down the function that display the categories when you call wp_list_cats, and change an a href to a strong. It is not the easiest thing to do, but if it’ s important for you, you can get it done.

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