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I have the theme Blaskan installed. I have a child theme installed also, but I cannot seem to change the hyphens/dashes to vertical lines | in my menu for this theme.

Any suggestion would be appreciated?

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Have you reviewed the theme templates? Look for the code that represents the menu. Check the WordPress.org codex and start your research here: codex.wordpress.org/Navigation_Menus – Ray Mitchell Aug 26 '14 at 8:43

If you mean in the footer? I looked at the Blaskan Theme, and saw hyphens in the footer menu.

To change that... use CSS. Make the

#footer-nav li:before {
      content: " \007C ";
      font-family: Arial, sans-serif;

That will change it from a hyphen. To a |

To make it space out better, you may want to add

      padding-right: .4em;
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