I think this has to do with widgets being given list attributes but I can’t find where it was put.
If you look at the image above you can see the two dots I am talking.
I’m redesigning theme for a client and I am working on the sidebar. Before it had a combination of a sidebar widget and html. I’m changing it to just a sidebar widget and the then I plan to just put the saved html in text widget boxes.
The slider above in the sidebar is a widget and I am adding the title in the widget box.
In the image below, I am using the widget text box but adding the title with h-tag in the text box and not in the title portion of the text box. (Note dot still shows above widget)
This leads me to think it is a widget CSS issue over an H-tag issue.
Examining it under developer tools in Chrome I find this <li id=”text-4″ class=”widget widget_text”> I don’t see a #li id in the style.css sheet
I’ve actually deleted the entire style.css page and the dots remain so this has me puzzled at where this is coming from.
I set up a test site here where you can examine the site live. http://www.listentothewind.com/hfl-redesign/ I have to say I am a little confused. I suspect it is something simple I am missing though.
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