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FireFox Kubrick sidebar list bullet woes

  • Hello there,
    Although in general I’m very satisfied with FireFox, my own website, http://www.krabbels.com , doesn’t show up as I want it to. In my right sidebar (I use Kubrick), most list items get a >> bullet in front of them, which I personally find to be very ugly. I’ve tried to put in list-style: none everywhere I can think of, but it just won’t work.
    Can someone help me? Thanks!

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  • In the css is this:
    .entry ul li:before, #sidebar ul ul li:before {
    content: “\00BB \0020”; list-style-type: none;
    }
    What happens if you make that line like this:
    .entry ul li:before {
    content: “\00BB \0020”; list-style-type: none;
    }

    Thanks Podz.

    Thanks! I couldn’t stand it either.

    if you want ordinary bullets rather than nothing, use:

    content: "2022 020";

    [it will not let me enter that correctly, with or without backticks. what it should say is “double-quote backslash 2022 space backslash zero zero two zero double-quote”]
    the “backslash 2022 is the escaped hex value for the ordinary round bullet symbol, and backslash 0020 is the escaped hex value of a space.

    A List Apart has, as usual, excellent tutorials on this. Mark Newhouse at that link says that this method works only in Firefox and Mozilla-type browsers. Possibly, now that IE7 is more compliant, it works in that too. I’m not sure what you see in non-Mozilla browsers. Haven’t checked that out yet.

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