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    OK, so I jacked this horizontal list code off of the internet. It is using div tags for the list. The CSS takes out the bullets on the menu. It also takes out the bullets on the rest of the web page. I can't explain that because the rest of the bullets are out of the <ul> tag. I tried doing a body li tag using css that keeps the bullets. it did nothing. Please help me fix this so I can get the guy off my back. thanks!
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    No idea why it didn't post, but here's the link:
    http://mason.gmu.edu/~sperez1/design/sklein/new.html

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    Hard to tell without seeing it .... a link to it would be nice.


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    Link incase it didn't post again....
    http://mason.gmu.edu/~sperez1/design/sklein/new.html

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    Wow .... I've never seen so many CSS hacks in all my life.
    I'll study it a while and see what I find ....


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    Well, the problem doesn't seem to be the bullet, because it's there, the problem seems to be the spacing. There is a vertical line separating the search and RSS from the content. The bullets are inside that line. If I'm not mistaken, the space in an <li> is created by padding. If I'm wrong, it's either margin or indent.

    Viewing on Mac OSX FF1.5.0.7 and Safari 2.0.4.
    Shani

    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    DSCene ...

    Nice find! I totally missed that.

    The CSS is so convoluted, I'm tempted to redo it and give
    him/her a better file, but I just don't have the time now.



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