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31 March 2009 at 5:07am
I'm using 2 templates for a site im working on - Homepage, and Page, each of these templates has its own layout.css.
I'm using the ChildrenOf function, to display a menu on the hompage, with a list of pages from another part of the site;
this is working well, with one small issue - the pages are being listed on the menu, however, the default list style 'dot' is being added before each page link.
list-style:none; is not getting rid of the default listing scheme, im wondering if anyone has any solutions for this?
Thanks in advance
1 April 2009 at 4:55pm
Could you post your css. Make sure you are doing the list-style: none; on the li object (and not the ul object as some people do). Make sure your css file is being loaded on the site and also make sure your css rule isnt getting overridden
2 April 2009 at 7:23pm Last edited: 2 April 2009 7:24pm
AFAIK it's list-style-type:none you should use
3 April 2009 at 12:19am
Thanks for getting back to me on such a trivial issue - list-style-type:none, did the trick, I'm off to buy a book on css:)
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