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  • Resolved djmpsf


    I’m back! lol

    OK so I’m still working on the formatting and could use a little help. Here is my blog:

    So as you can see, there is a bullet before each post. I’m trying to get rid of the bullet. I have taken a look at this post ( and that has helped but I’m still running into some issues. I have added the following to the wpp.css file.

    /* thumbnail styles */
    img.wpp-thumbnail {
    float: left;
    text-align: left;

    Using the “HTML Markup settings” if I put
    before the post, the image does in fact cover the bullet but then I end up with a rather large gap at the top. It also causes the images to be right on top of one another if for example I only have 3 lines of text. So what I’ve done is put the
    after each post and things are lining up nicely. Unfortunately this is causing the image to not cover the bullet.

    The root cause of the bullet stems from my theme and the CSS for the widgets. What I’m wondering is if there is a way that I can change the CSS so it applies to just this widget. Here is the CSS:

    .suf-mag-category ul li, .sidebar-tab-content ul li, .suf-widget ul li, .suf-flat-widget ul li, .suf-panel-widget ul li {
    background-position:0 1px;

    .suf-mag-category li, .sidebar-tab-content ul li, .suf-widget li, .suf-flat-widget li, .suf-panel-widget li {

    Sorry I’m kind of a noob.

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