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CCS - remove bullets in lists

08-03-2010, 03:41 PM
# 1 (permalink)
I have been trying to do this for ages now, and it's driving me crackers!

I have a custom menu I would like to use on my site, the code works fine, no bullets on the lists, but when I put it into the Socialbug template, bullets appear!

I cannot make them disappear. The custome menu has it's own stylesheet, which works fine, but for some reason, it is not removing the bullets, even when I add 'list-style:none' to the template css.

It works fine in other templates, it's just the Socialbug template that's causing the problem for some reason.

screenshot of what it should look like - http://myvintagedresser.co.uk/menu.jpg
What it looks like when put into Socialbug - http://myvintagedresser.co.uk/bulletmenu.jpg
08-03-2010, 05:10 PM
# 2 (permalink)
Hi - Can you send me a link to the live site so I can take a look at your CSS? You can PM the link if it is not for public consumption.
08-04-2010, 09:04 AM
# 4 (permalink)
Hi - I checked that site initially; however, what I saw did not match the pictures you attached. The menus in both pictures had far fewer items on them. I need to see the site with the social bug template active to investigate the CSS.
08-04-2010, 09:26 AM
# 5 (permalink)
Hi again - Let me clarify my earlier post. I need the template active, as well anything that might be contributing to what you are experiencing, active. In other words, I need to see the issue in action.
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