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[Resolved] Remove bullets

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  • Try adding the following to your theme’s stylesheet:

    li.rpwe_widget  {
    	list-style:none;
    }
    
    .rpwe-block li {
    	list-style:none;
    }

    That should override the plugin styles. Let me know if that works 🙂

    The code from @missjacky83 should resolve your problem 🙂

    BUENO!! Thanks you very much both of you! It is now perfect … Air Kisses! : D

    This did not work for me. I’m on WordPress 3.4.2 and I added the above CSS to the very end of the style sheet and it didn’t hide the arrows.

    @junkrar, try this instead (without seeing your site, it’s hard to tell what’s going on)

    body li.rpwe_widget {list-style:none !important;}
    body .rpwe-block li {list-style:none !important;}

    The website is here and I tried that. I don’t have the “Edit CSS” feature available in WordPress 3.5, so I’m just going into the Editor and pasting it in the theme’s main stylesheet. I’ve also tried putting it in the Custom CSS on the widgets page for this widget, but no luck.

    Sorry for the delay. Weird? All the CSS classes are missing from the plugin? Did you modify the plugin at all? Are you sure you’re using “Recent Posts Widget Extended”?

    Since it sounds like you need to edit the theme directly, I recommend using a child theme. Here’s the CSS you’ll need to remove the arrows:

    #sideright ul li.widget-container.widget_recent_entries ul li {
    background-image: none;
    padding: 5px 0px 5px 0px;
    }

    As you’ll see on this page, that didn’t eliminate the arrows. I think they changed in appearance a bit, but that’s it. I added it to style.css for the theme I’m using…

    Please ignore the “changing appearance” part, that was a change someone else made.

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