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What is causing the bullets to be set too far to the right?

My root page for the galleries displays the names of the sub galleries a bit differently in 5.0 than when I was using 4.3.2 and most of the differences I can live with.

The subgalleries hotlinked titles show as bulleted lists. If you go to the Paleo Gallery page you see that the bullets are too far to the right. What is causing this is it the page container or something like that?

It sorta looks like an effect because it aligns with the left border of the right side panel but really I think it looks like something I need to have fixed.


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Kinda lost me there.

The bulleted entries for the sub-galleries have the bullet appearing on the LEFT of the entry. What were you referencing when you say 'RIGHT'?

If it was a typo, then change the margin-left value in .category_entry of global.css to whatever you want it to be - in pixels.

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Think it was a typo.

Bullets do has an interesting effect to it right now, tho.  :lol:

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Sorry I was looking at the website in the mirror O_o (benefit of the doubt…my typo):$

Yes your right ..its the left margin - Thanks guys!


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Yes your right ..its the left margin - Thanks guys!

global.css >> .category_entry >> margin-left

Try 10px for the 'margin-left'. It looked good when I tried it in Firebug …

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Corrected the problem - thanks!


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(this will be fixed in the default theme in the next patch release)


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