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I have also noticed this behaviour in a hierarchical menu list as we are migrating from ApEx 3.2 to ApEx 4.2 (and from 10 to 11g). The effects were particularly bad in IE. The new ApEx seems to ignore everything after and including the li tag in the list templates, and puts the end li tags in where it thinks best (not always correct).
I have a dynamic list, and I experience real trouble if a list item has a sublist, but the sublist item does not show on that particular page (but the list item does). It makes the ul tag bit, but never gets around to putting in the end ul tag, so all subsequent list items are "indented".
I got around it by making a dummy child item "span class="skip" /span" in the list, which always shows if no other child does. This forces ApEx to make the end ul tag. It is not elegant, but it works (for me).
(Sorry, I can't figure out how to put in angle brackets.)
Edited by: RosanneMcK on Feb 10, 2013 7:37 PM