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Is there a wp_nav_menu filter of any kind?

  • I am trying to add a spacer <li> tag between each parent <li> tag but am having trouble figuring out how to do that.

    What filters does wp_nav_menu pass through or how would I go about doing this?

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  • http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/wp_nav_menu

    Pretty thourough on what is available. Instead of using a “spacer” just use CSS and class to target what you need.

    I’ve already read that page but nothing jumped out. I’ve also tried using the CSS pseudo :before element and browser support aside, it has it’s issues. So I was looking for something that was bit more rock solid.

    What is the link to your site?

    It’s not live right now, I’m just working on it on my local server. I can upload a static copy if need be.

    Unless I see the live site, can’t really help more. The only thing I can tell you is that when your using the menu, wordpress adds bunch of classes and stuff to the generated menu. Use it to target the li item that you are trying to modify. If that is not an option, then jQuery is your only other option since it can do much more math and calculations than CSS alone can do.

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