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my second effort at converting mt to wordpress

  • http://www.notsweet.org/musicals/
    I have a little obsession with film. I switched it over because I use WordPress on my personal weblog, and I find it way more flexible.
    I’m still working on the category listing and trying to remove the bullet points from the archives list on the sidebar…

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  • Mark (podz)

    @podz

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    Here you go 🙂
    Your menu items are controlled by one of several tags:
    #menu ul
    #menu ul ul
    #menu ul li
    #menu ul ul li
    If a style type is not defined, then your browser will default to showing a black circle(bullet, disc) next to each item in a menu. If you define the style you want, you can remove the disc.
    Do this by including this in the CSS declaration for the items that you want not to have the black circle;
    list-style: none;
    For instance, to remove the black circle from an unordered list element:
    #menu li {
    list-style: none;
    }

    Add an

      ...

    around your monthly archives for valid html.
    After this add .side li {list-style: none; } to your css and the bullets should disappear.
    There are great tutorials and examples about styling lists at Listamatic. Have a look.

    Eh…. @ 1280×1024 header is placed in the left part of the screen… and posts are placed in the middle of the screen… looks weird imho…
    Regards, MaxT

    I am viewing the site at a bigger resolution than that. The header is supposed to be at the left of the screen but stretching across…

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