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Why Does My List Have Arrows?!?

  • Hello, I’m fairly experienced at CSS and PHP but I am really stuck on this. Despite any of my efforts editing sidebar.php and styles.css, I cannot make generated links to sub-pages to not have arrows.

    If you look at my stylesheet, its kind of a mess (equal to my frustration on this bugger). But anyway, can’t seem to pinpoint where is is being told to use arrows, or where it should be told to not have arrows.

    The page is http://www.yanksinkilts.com

    I noticed with my FireFox Dev tools, that the element that the arrow is happening in is “li .page_item”. There is no tage for page_item in the normal stylesheet. I could make one, of course, but I would like to find the source of the problem first if possible.

    Thoughts?

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  • Les Bessant

    @lesbessant

    keeper of the Tiggers

    Not immediately obvious, but I think this might be the bit:

    .entry ul li:before, #sidebar ul ul li:before {
    content: "0BB 020";
    }

    I wish people would stop tweaking that K. theme… <sigh>

    Find this in your stylesheet:

    .entry ul li:before, #sidebar ul ul li:before {
    content: "00BB 0020";
    }

    Google for those 00BB and 0020

    I’ll check that out. Thanks.

    The reason the “K” theme is a handy starting point is that it has more php files in the template than default. I know they can be added to a twist on default, but there I am lazy.

    HAH! Character codes. Duh. That was it. I never use them but you would have thought “li:before” would have tipped me off.

    Now I have no excuse but to keep working on the site.

    Props moshu

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