I am trying to add a class for an unordered list tag,
<ul>, and encountered some difficulty. The goal is to
create a style that provides a specific line height
based on a graphic; and centers the text vertically on
the graphic. The image is 20 x 20 pixels. The style
would remove the bullet and represent a list style.
My attempt went horribly wrong somewhere. Apparently,
the nest unordered list does not take any of the
attributes from the style. I have tried nesting the
tag; creating stand-alone style; attaching the class
to the <li>. Currently, the style, ToolBar, has a
background set to YELLOW in effort to deduct what
going on. In addition, it does contain many
attributes until I figure out what going on here.
Let me know if you have any ideas or suggestions this
situation. Other approaches exist for captioning
images, yet I am trying to understand the reason for
this behavior. Please understand this objective as you
develop suggestions. You may review the HTML and CSS
at the link included. In the CSS, search for the
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