I am attempting to create an unordered list for a left-hand navigation, with nested ul’s for child navigation. Something ROUGHLY like this:
<ul> <li><a>Navigation Link</a></li> <li><a>Navigation Link</a> <ul> <li><a>Child Nav Link</a></li> <li><a>Child Nav Link</a></li> </ul> </li> <li><a>Navigation Link</a></li> </ul>
This kind of thing. I use the List object thing from the Add menu.
Here’s the bug:
I can successfuly create this structure using the List object from the Add menu! But at some point as I begin styling, the nested ul’s disappear from the navigator! I’m no longer able to work with them at all, select them by clicking in the builder, or interact with them in any way. I can SEE them in the builder, but they have melded inextricably into their containing li and no longer appear in the navigator.
Undo does not fix it.
I have recreated this menu 3 or 4 times and each time it bugs out.
The Add panel doesn’t actually let me DRAG a list object into the existing list object: “Only list items can be placed directly into a list,” etc. I can only get that ul in there in the first place by clicking on the Nav Link < a > in the navigator after which I want the ul to sit in the flow and then just CLICK the list object from the Add menu. Then it appears where I want it to go and it’s visible as expected in the navigator.
But then, as I explained, eventually the nested ul merges into its containing li.
What could be going on? Any help? Thanks!