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[resolved] Homepage widget + bulleted list (3 posts)

  1. hilldw11
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have the latest version of wordpress. I haven't updated to the new version of quark yet but will be doing so soon.

    I am utilizing three of the Homepage widget's on this site here: Site

    I cannot however get bullets to appear. I am using the TinyMCE editor for the widget and I tried using basic ul, li codes for the list but no dice.

    I use google chrome as my web browser and if i use a dl tag instead of the ul then i can get bullets to appear but nothing is lined up correctly or indented. In firefox dl tags look like little triangle arrows. (I know what dl tags are, I was just trying anything to get bullets to appear)

    I'm not sure if this is a browser issue or a site issue. There is an Unordered list on the Demo Quark page here: http://demo.quarktheme.com/typography/ . That is all I am trying to achieve.

    If anybody has any tips or suggestions I would greatly appreciate them. Also thanks to all the contributors and Mr. Hortin that have provided valuable information to me in answering other peoples post.

  2. Anthony Hortin
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    It's just that I've styled widgets so they don't have bullet points. A lot of widgets, will display lists of links using unordered lists. It was just a personal preference to style them without a bullet point in front.

    You can see an example of this on the blog on my demo site. Each of those links under 'Links', 'Recent Posts' and 'Archives' is an unordered list of links.

    If you just want to display bullet points in your widgets on the homepage though, try adding these styles to your child theme and you should get your bullet points back...

    .home .widget-area ul {
        list-style: disc outside none;
        padding-left: 15px;
    }
  3. hilldw11
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank you that took care of it. I had tried to style them a couple different ways but couldn't (even using google chrome) find the correct css code that was governing the unordered lists.

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