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How do I add padding only to items after the first list item

Posted on 2011-09-10
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I have a dynamically generated ol.  I want to add top padding only to li elements which appear after the first element.  So

<ol>
  <li> <-- no padding here
  <li> <-- padding here
  <li> <-- padding here
</ol>

Is there a way to do this?

Thanks!
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Question by:PurpleSlade
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by:SSupreme
ID: 36517441
li:not(:first-child) {...}
It doesn't work for IE6,7,8
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by:HagayMandel
ID: 36518070
Use jquery:
<script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> 

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And this script:
<script>$("ol:first").css("padding-top", "5px);</script>

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Better give your ol an id and then use:
<script>$("#olID:first").css("padding-top", "5px);</script>

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by:HagayMandel
ID: 36518072
Sorry:

<script>$("#olID:first").css("padding-top", "5px");</script>
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by:PagodNaUtak
ID: 36520410
Can you show us how you dynamicaly generate the ol? Is it via Javascript? If so, just add class to the first element.

then use that class to specify the padding.

.FirstOL{
padding:0px;
}
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I guess the answer for this question is li:not(:first-child) {padding:10px;} , but I would do it like this:

li {padding:10px;}
li:first-child {padding:0px;}

it will work in all major browsers. *with <!DOCTYPE> declared
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