CSS for my UL

Posted on 2011-03-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Its getting ignored:

I aded a style:
#content .content-leftrightstrips #rightstrip .ul1{ {
      font-family: "museo-slab-1","museo-slab-2"; !important;
      color:#333 !important;
      margin-left: 25px;
But its just not picking it up.
 What am I doing wrong here?
Question by:jbrashear72
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Expert Comment

ID: 35009492
I don't think you need that second { after ul1.

Expert Comment

ID: 35009506
# implies that you are looking for any items with the ID="content".
. implies that you are looking for any items with the class="content-leftrightstrips".

If you don't have this inside the head tag and marked as CSS it will not be parsed and applied.

<style type="text/css">
.center {
	text-align: center;
body p {
	text-align: justify;

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Author Comment

ID: 35009601
@ mnation1 I did that and it looks like it corrected it. Though the bullets are not there. ? Reset?

Accepted Solution

mnation1 earned 500 total points
ID: 35010624
Try adding list-style-type: circle; as a property along with your color, margin, etc.  That should add the bullet back in unless you have some margin or padding hiding it.


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