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Not sure if I have copied the coding exactly... but hopefully you get the idea. Essentially to change the current so that they are in a 'list' format. There are 90+ links. Bottom line is that I have pages that are ranking quite well and I don't want to upset the apple cart!
Personally, I'd get rid of the div because it's not needed, try this instead...
<li><a href="/green.html">Green Widgets</a></li>
I notice in the example from mrMister that there is only 1 open <ul> but 2 closing </ul> is that correct?
[edited by: Gemini23 at 10:43 am (utc) on April 24, 2009]
<ul> means a list and there should be an opening <ul> before all of your <li>List Item</li> items, and only one closing </ul> which should go after the end of all the list items.
Per example, in HTML 4.01 Transitional you do not need to close the <li> (some others elements are also allowed to not be closed).
I'm a fan of validating the HTML, but I still use this option on some sites (remove the </li>, per example) to make the page weight less (I'm a fan of speed and yes, I also remove extra carriage returns, extra black spaces...)