I have 3-column static pages with categorized, supposedly un-ordered lists that Twenty Eleven seems to order by name. I like the square bullets, but want to remove the bullet indentation so that the bullets line up directly below the Category Headers in each column.
I still want there to be a indentation between the bullet and the text, AND I don’t want to affect the blog posts or comments……only the columns on my static pages. I’m using WP Easy Columns plugin for this.
After surfing the web, I think my solutions are through CSS. What I don’t understand is WHERE to modify my Child theme’s style sheet. I have the following questions:
1.) Does the current version of Twenty-Eleven use CSS 2 or CSS 3?
2.) I’m using the Twenty Eleven Theme Extensions plugin which has a stylesheet editor, but doesn’t seem to work (maybe I don’t know how).
3.) When I use Google Chrome’s “Inspect Element” Dev. tool to view one of my static pages, it appears that Twenty Eleven contains a CSS Reset (unless it comes from one of my plugins).
4.) There also seem to be “global” settings AND targeted settings in Twenty Eleven for stylesheet modifications.
5.) Search seems to indicate that Browsers influence ordered and un-ordered lists differently.
Has anybody had this difficulty and found the best solution. Keep in mind that I’m only trying to alter the text on my Static Pages….not the Blog Posts or comments.
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