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Hello,I am trying to put these styles corrosponding to their levels. Therefore the rootlevel= navlevel0, and level1 (which is the child of rootlevel0) is navlevel1 , and so on with the other levels.

<style>a.navlevel0 { font-size:10px; font-weight:bold; font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color:#006600;}a.navlevel1 { font-size:10px; font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color:#776666;}a.navlevel2 { font-size:9px; font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color:#996699;}a.navlevel3 { font-size:8px; font-family:Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; color:#0066FF;}</style>

Here is asp code that i am trying to get the above styles to write out on the levels of the navigation system.

response.Write( PutSpace(level)&"<a href='?catID="& rsY("catID") &"' class=""navlevel0"">" & rsY("catName") & "</a><br>" )if instr( strExpands, "_" & rsY("catID") & "_") > 0 thentmp = ShowChilds( rsY("catID"), level+1, strExpands)end ifrsY.movenextwend

I think what would be great is a function that counts which level it is on and then apply the correct style that corrosponds to the level.Can anyone help me out with what code I would put to get that function to work, or any suggestions on going about it?Thanks

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If you built your navigation to use nested lists instead:

<ul>  <li>Category 1	<ul>		<li>Link 1</li>		<li>Link 2</li>	</ul>  </li>  <li>Category 2	<ul>	  <li>Link 1		<ul>		  <li>SubLink 1</li>		  <li>SubLink 2</li>		</ul>	  </li>	  <li>Link 2</li>	</ul>  </li></ul>

Then you can take care of all that styling in the CSS:

/* Main Level */ul { background-color: red; }/* Second Level */ul ul { background-color: green; }/* Third Level */ul ul ul { background-color: purple; }

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