Unwanted bullets appearing on pages

  • markimedes

    #4753

    I operate a closed (private) wordpress site using the Graphene theme and have a slight problem with bullets (of the “list” variety). I’ve searched the forum to see if the question’s been answered before but not found anything – so apologies if I’ve simply overlooked it.

    The problem occurs when I use certain widgets on pages, or plugins with shortcodes that output content to a page. It looks like there may be lists used in the plugin to output certain elements, and this in turn outputs a Graphene-style bullet to the page.

    Unfortunately, it being a private site I can’t link to the page in question, but I have taken a screen shot (below).

    The plugin I’m using on this page is the “My Calendar” plugin which utilizes a shortcode to output the calendar to a page on the front-end. You can see three bullets in the image, one above each button to go back or forward by one month, and another next to a category at the bottom.

    I’ve hopelessly tried bunging in a .post-ID clause in the child stylesheet to overwrite the list style for that one page but nothing happened.

    Anyone got any ideas? Any help appreciated.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #29082

    Use Firebug to figure out which class MyCalendar is wrapping its output in. Then add something like this to custom CSS:

    .customcalendarclass ul li {
    list-style-image: url(none)
    }

    You may have to play around with that a bit (which is why you need Firebug). Also, see this:

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_list.asp

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