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It is not needed to use custom controls.
To style the navigation use the navigation ID`s rtsLevel rtsLevel1, rtsUL. The ids are different for the different modes of the navigation control(horizontal, vertical, etc). The id`s and classes are different because for differnt navigation types different RadControls are used.
When you create a page you are asked to select a template for the page. by default all templates are using the basicFrontentTheme which is adding styles to widgets and the navigation. I have attached the theme for reference.
To style the navigation you have dofferent approaches.
Create a new frontent theme by addressing all styles for the navigation classes and ids. Here you can find the documentation for this. Refer to the navigation classes from the Frontend Theme (the frontend theme is also available in Sitefinity SDK).
Alternatively place css widget on the page and enter styles manually (in case not using a theme). Use !important to overwrite the styles applied from the frontend theme.
To style this navigation
"rtsLI rtsFirst rtsLast"