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This is normally possible to do without this problem you ran into.
Can you post the source or url to the page or have you checked the source yourself?
Thanks, I'd much appreciate it if you have a look. See: http://www-test.vet.ed.ac.uk/vetinside25034pm.html. Copy the code and give it a try. Select Admissions in the left menu and try and apply the class "urHere" using contribute. It will apply the style to the anchor and not the li.
Sorry, can't get it to work either.
1. go to link properties,
2. copy the link to clipboard (ctrl + c)
3. remove the link
4. select list-item in the menu
5. apply the style to the list-item
6. select the list item again
7. insert the link (ctrl + v)
ThinkInk, dont work for me, any suggest?
This is by no means a good technique for this problem but it could work.
If you can leave a space beween the list item and the anchor this will give you a selectable region.
Then write a JS function which looks through the document on page load and removes any spaces at the beginning of li nodes.
As I said it ain't pretty and you'd best try to alter your style sheet to work around your problem, but the above would work if you have no other options.