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Old 3rd April 2010, 11:15
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You could use the class attribute after all.

Remember that HTML allows space-seperated mutiple classes for a single entity.

The css rules allow mutiple class selection.

so if your class = ''Subdomain for website"
that is equivalent to three seperate classes

your css could specify a rule for all three classes being together:
#submenu .Subdomain.for.website {...}
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