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  • Hello World,

    I understand that this question has been asked in more general forms before — with most answers pointing to CSS guides on nested lists. Unfortunately, I’ve read them, experimented, and still not been able to achieve my aim.

    So the question specifically is, how do get subpages to indent under the Hemmed theme v1.3.5? I’ve correctly marked a page or two as a child of another page through the administrative interface. It all shows up correctly there. But all pages are aligned left in the sidebar, even the subpages. Anyone running Hemmed successfully change this behavior? And how?

    Thanks for any help compatriots.

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  • I have no idea what “Hemmed” is (and I won’t look for it without a link!) – but correctly styled nested lists work in every normal theme.
    Keyword: correctly.

    Hmm, seems like I’ve made a couple of mistaken assumptions. In my installation Hemmed came prepackageg(along with a dozen other themes) in WP 2.0.3. And for some reason, I thought it might be very popular and therefore many people would be familiar with it.

    Guess not. Well, I can’t point to my specific installation(it’s a private company CMS) but the author link under the Theme selection page points to and you might find its files in your wp directory in wp-content/themes/hemmednoajax.

    From what I can tell, there does appear to be a couple of incorrectly designed CSS layouts(subpages in sidebar and perhaps subcategories). I leave this post as sentry to other Hemmed theme users who come across this slight error.

    No. WordPress comes with 2 themes when downloaded from this site: Default and Classic.
    Everything else “packaged” might be offered by your host – and not by the standard WP download.

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