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<ol*> is Not indenting ..

  • On the <ol*> ordered list command .. why isn’t the post indenting a little like it should. If you check out my site (SFW) http://zooyorkfreak.com .. the first post to show has an <ol*> within it. But it is showing it outside the parameters. But when you click on the title of the post to view it as itself, the list corrects itself to how it is supposed to look ( http://zooyorkfreak.com/main/?p=54 ). There has to be something wrong with my style.css right?

    Please any assistance would be amazing 🙂 .. thanks

    P.S. .. i put the asteriks in to show the code.


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  • yes, it has to do with your style.css

    Look at this for example:

    .entry ol li {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;

    You might want to change the margin..

    incidentally, i LOVE your domain name…
    i’m from NY and am actually a certified zookeeper… you can see why i love it now… lol

    note: you don’t want to change the margin – you’ll want to change the padding…

    .entry ol li {
    margin: 0;
    padding-left: 5px;

    Eridan – Thank you !

    Ladydelaluna – yeah the name has a TON of meanings to it. I mean one of the most popular Zoo’s ever is in NY .. and i have been to a ton of times. The good ol’ Bronx Zoo. Actually makes you think .. if the Zoo is on the inside .. or the outside .. lmao. But also another thing is how ridgid and tough and wild NY can be .. hence Zoo York. And the last meaning .. its a clothing brand also .. which is not as popular as Tommy Hilfiger but it has it’s own following which you can spot in movies and tv regularly. More Urban. And thanks for the help ..

    I’m going to try both out 🙂

    Believe me – I know all about the Bronx Zoo – did you know that at one point, maaaaaany years ago, they actually had a human (a pygmi) in a cage there? (It’s not just “one of the most popular zoos ever” – it’s the OLDEST zoo in the US!) Told ya I went to school for this stuff. lol

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