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[resolved] Where do you control the bullets in Default theme? (2 posts)

  1. Jparra
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Hello,
    I am trying to get rid of the ">>" type bullets and replace them with the "disc" type on the default theme. I have been marginally successful by adding this code the the style.css:

    #page ul li { list-style: disc;
    }

    This worked well except that it placed the disc bullets on top of the ">>" bullets. I looked at a suggested link from someone who said to look at this W3 schools reference. That helped me write the code to get the discs. However it does not tell me what value gives you the ">>" bullets. So I don't know what to look for and I can't find anymore list-style tags (related to pages) in the style.css file. I'm pretty sure I just need to delete the tag that is making the arrows. Is it hiding somewhere in another file or am I missing it? I would really appreciate any advice thanks:)
    -Justin

    Here is what the site looks like now with the two types of bullets overlapping. LINK

  2. Jparra
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I figured it out. The tag WAS in the style css. It was just under a special section for IE. For special stylized non IE bullets. For reference there is no value for the ">>" bullets. The code was calling an image or something. After that I had to add a little padding to my code here is how the final code looked in the style.css:
    #page ul li { list-style: disc;
    margin: 1px 0 0;
    padding: 5px
    }

    I'm really a flash developer so I won't guarantee that this code is correct but it worked for me:)

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