Wordpress - How do I Change Default Arrows (raquo) to Discs for List Item Bullets?

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If I create an unordered list in Wordpress, it uses the double arrow symbol (») for list item bullets. I would like these to be dots (discs) instead. Does someone know where to change this. I couldn't find it in the style sheet.

See this page for example: http://www.baldwinpediatrics.com/blog/?p=14

Thanks, Gary
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Mick BarryJava Developer
Top Expert 2010

Commented:
its not actually coming from the list style. If you change the list style to discs you actually get both.
Must be getting inserted by something else, will have a dig and see what I can find.
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Commented:
found the culprit, remove this style (and add the required list style):

.entry ul li:before, #sidebar ul ul li:before {
      content: "\00BB \0020";
}

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They're using hex codes! I wasn't searching for a character hex code. Thanks for finding that. I would give you more points if I could.

I separated the entry from the sidebar. So lists on the sidebar retain the double arrow and post content lists get bullets. I simply had to change 00BB to 2022. The code 0020 is a space.

.entry ul li:before {
      content: "\2022 \0020";

      }

#sidebar ul ul li:before {
      content: "\00BB \0020";
      }

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