On 3/24/07, Tom Dell'Aringa <pixelmech at gmail.com> wrote: > > Yes. However, according to the docs, you must set the last parameter > > to the literal TRUE, whereas currently it is based on some boolean > > calculation, the result of which is stored in $html. > > Hmm...close. The output is now > > <li><span > ><a href="" > ><span>Bible Studies</span></a></ > span></li> > > > Here's the altered line: > > $output .= l('<span>'.$link['title'].'</span>', > $link['href'], $link['attributes'], $link['query'], > '<span>'.$link['fragment'], TRUE, $html); > > Literal it is... As I mentioned in my last email, the last param must be set to TRUE. Set it to TRUE and you'll get what you want (minus that extraneous span around the link as well). -- Matt Warden Cleveland, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.