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list-style-type Not Working In IE
ie Css

 4:25 am on May 29, 2005 (gmt 0)

Hi All,
I'm working on porting a template from one CMS package to another, and I've gotten everything to work but the square bullets in front of each <li> item in the menu. I've been pouring over two CSS files for more than a couple of hours trying to find it, and I can't see why the code works in one and not in the other.
The original template works perfectly in both IE & FF. My ported template works perfectly in FF, but I can't get any bullets to show up in IE. I've tried everything I know, and I'm at my wit's end.
Has anyone seen anything like this before? Any tips? I'm happy to provide links or post my code, but I thought I'd ask before I bore you with my code.

Chris Leonard



 3:00 pm on May 29, 2005 (gmt 0)

Chris, welcome to WebmasterWorld. Please post the code that is not working IE.



 3:07 pm on May 29, 2005 (gmt 0)

Without seeing any code, I'll guess that you need to adjust your left margin or left padding. If the margin is too small, the bullets can be hidden.


 5:41 am on May 30, 2005 (gmt 0)

Birdman you're a genious, that was it. It took me another hour of work to figure it out because I had hacked my CSS to pieces in troubleshooting, but I solved it. Thanks so much for a prompt reply, I don't know that I ever would have figured that out without help.


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