I'm sorry, but I'm confused by your response. I just want a regular old
list-generated bullet--no image involved. The image I was talking about was
Am I misunderstanding something?
On 11/17/04 11:06 PM, "Gene Falck" [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Hi Theresa
> You wrote:
>> However, the li selector change had no effect on my list problem in Safari.
>> Still the same. It did cause it to now work in Mozilla and Firefox, too.
>> This is the part that took me about 4 hours to do today. I've tried
>> separating the ul in the sidebar div with its own div. No. Tried adding a
>> <p> tag with a class declaration of text-align: left and some extra
>> padding/margins/whatever. No. Tried a number of other things. No. The
>> bullets are now inside the sidebar on everything but Safari, but it also
>> looks really crappy in Opera. Still haven't checked it on the PC because
>> it's late, the PC is off, I'm tired, and I'm afraid of what I'll find.
> Something I originally got from other members on this list,
> which is especially good if you want to use an image as a
> custom bullet, is to set it as a background image in the LI
> (set for no repeat) and move the text enough to the right to
> clear the image. This could also be done with an image that
> duplicated the regular bullet, of course.
> The CSS code in my style sheet (specific values are strictly
> for my situation and you may want to change them to suit your
> situation) is:
> margin-top: 0em;
> margin-bottom: .7em;
> margin-left: 2em;
> list-style-type: none;
> margin-top: 0em;
> margin-bottom: 0em;
> padding: 0 0 0 20px;
> background: url("LogoDot.gif") no-repeat 0px .6em;
> LogoDot.gif is, of course, the image I use (which I made from
> the company logo where I work).
> Gene Falck
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