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    Senior Member mikeycorn's Avatar
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    I tried bulleting a series of lines, but the following html:

    Code:
              <td width="309"><ul>
                  <li><font size="2" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">Second Mortgages, 
                    Home Equity Loans<br>
                    Cash-out Refinancing<br>
                    Up to 100% <em>plus</em> Financing<br>
                    Debt Consolodation<br>
                    Home Improvement Loans<br>
                    Little or even No-Money-Down Purchase</font></li>
                </ul></td>
    in Dreamweaver will only get me a single bullet for all six lines. What I need is a bullet at the front of each line, but none of that double-spacing you get when you use the <p> instead of the <br>.

    Is there a way this can be done without resorting to a table?
    ~ mikeycorn
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    Senior Member GeZe's Avatar
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    is this what you are thinking of?

    Code:
    <td width="309"><ul>
    <font size="2" face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif"> 
        <li />Second Mortgages, Home Equity Loans<br>
        <li />Cash-out Refinancing<br>
        <li />Up to 100% <em>plus</em> Financing<br>
        <li />Debt Consolodation<br>
        <li />Home Improvement Loans<br>
        <li />Little or even No-Money-Down Purchase</font>
    </ul></td>
    -GeZe

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    Senior Member Trico's Avatar
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    Shouldn't list items <li> have their own closing tag ? I've never seen them as <li /> ... I could be wrong though. I'd code it as:

    Code:
    .... 
    <head>
    <style type="text/css" media="screen">
    li, ul { font-family: arial, helvetica, sans-serif; list-style-type: circle; }
    </style>
    </head> ...
    
    <td width="309">
    <ul>
    <li>Second Mortgages, Home Equity Loans</li>
    <li>Cash-out Refinancing</li>
    <li>Up to 100% <em>plus</em> Financing</li>
    <li>Debt Consolodation</li>
    <li>Home Improvement Loans</li>
    <li>Little or even No-Money-Down Purchase</li>
    </ul>
    </td>

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    Senior Member mikeycorn's Avatar
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    Thank you both for the replies!

    Excellent, that does the trick (and your HTML looks much cleaner than the automatically generated HTML from Dreamweaver.)
    ~ mikeycorn
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