# Google Sites words in navigation bar is “one-line-only”. How to make it multi-line?

I use horizontal navigation bar in Google sites, however the problem is that the words in the horizontal navigation bar is "single-lined".

I am allowed to change the text in the navigation bar, but no matter how I try, I couldn't get the behavior to be "multi-lined".

For example, I want my navigation bar to look like this:

Helloooooooooo | Helloooooooooo | Helloooooooooo
Worldddddddddd | Worlddddddddd2 | Worlddddddddd3


Right now, it is all in one line:

Helloooooooooo Worldddddddddd | Helloooooooooo Worlddddddddd2 | Helloooooooooo Worlddddddddd3

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This is accomplished by setting max-width or width property in CSS on the enclosing element (usually, navigation links are enclosed in <li>). However, Google Sites doesn't give access to the template's CSS so there's no way to do multi-line navigation links.

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 Is there a hack we can use to modify the CSS? – Pacerier Jan 9 '12 at 15:12 No global hack (only local view). It's permanently disabled. – dnbrv Jan 9 '12 at 15:32 What do you mean by a global hack? – Pacerier Jan 9 '12 at 16:26 Meaning something that would change it for all visitors. You can change it for yourself locally. – dnbrv Jan 9 '12 at 16:55 how would i do a local view hack? – Pacerier Jan 9 '12 at 22:02