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I’m only providing some asp.net details for the sake of any future customer also using asp.net and experiencing the same issue as me.
I resolved this issue by doing a plan B. If I didn’t need security trimming, then I’d use an xslt transform of the sitemap (http://forums.asp.net/t/2047562.aspx?How+can+I+get+my+XSLT+file+to+read+the+web+sitemap+urls+so+they+are+resolved+for+client+). That method works perfectly because I ensure that the resulting UL is clean and has the correct ID and classname.
When I need security trimming by roles (as I do in this instance), I used an asp:repeater control. Unfortunately this takes me to only two levels. http://forums.asp.net/t/2047487.aspx?repeater+control+to+show+full+sitemap+with+all+child+nodes
By using either option, depending on your needs, you can use asp.net to produce a clean and rendered UL that isn’t littered with classes like the asp:Menu still does.
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