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  • I’m an amateur. I took up blogging so I could learn html, and I’m still getting a handle on CSS.
    On the left hand menu at the bottom is a list of “Last Referrers” and I’m using a javascript from “Blogtricks” to do it. It’s showing up as bulleted items with a line space in between items. I want it to look like my blogrolling links higher up in the menu.
    I added a #Blogtricks section to my CSS and defined list items to have a “none” bullet style, but it didn’t have any effect. I tried #Blogtrick ul{, #Blogtrick ul li{, and several variations, but I can’t seem to make that bullet go away.
    Any suggestions? Either a suggestion to modify the CSS, or an alternate method to display last referrers would be appreciated.

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  • #Blogtrick ul {
    list-style-type: none;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;

    Adjust to your needs.

    Er… I thought I explained in my post that didn’t work. :/
    I think it has something to do with the javascript outputting a table format somehow.

    Mark (podz)


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    The Blogtricks site has a link about styling the output, but I couldn’t get any effect to work at all.

    I would be thinking in terms of editing the index by putting a ul
    around the list. I would also take out the capital B in blogtricks. Then I would do #blogtricks ul etc in my CSS and be prepared for a lot of swearing 🙂

    I tried putting a ul (and then an li) in the index but still couldn’t get the bullet to go away.
    Why would the capital B make a difference? I’ll try that when I get home.
    The blogtricks site has unintelligible instructions for changing the output. :/
    Is there a better tool for showing “last referrers”?

    I changed the #Blogtricks to #blogtricks
    I added this to my CSS:
    #blogtricks ul {
    list-style-type: none;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;

    I bracketed the code in my index.php with ul tags.
    Out of ideas. Might be hardcoded by the javascript?

    That seems to be the problem. The js.

    The Blogtricks link was the hint I was missing. I got rid of the bullet; I haven’t quite gotten the formatting right…
    … but I’ll probably abandon Blogtricks. I like the CG-Referer better. 🙂

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