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LHS nav: wrap links under the first line's text, not the bullet

Posted on 2011-03-07
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In the left hand side navigation, wrap links under the first line's text, not the bullet

eg - 'Resource development process' and it's child items for the link below.

http://ndlrnstage.esa.edu.au/for_jurisdictions/resource_development_process/resource_development_process.html

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Chad Haney earned 500 total points
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The bullet you are using is an image inside of the li, you can either restructure the html to get it to look right, or you use a css hack like follows

.left-nav li img{
 margin-left:-10px;
}
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