There is a left-hand arrow available to you, and to use it you'll need to add a <span> into your HTML, and slightly adjust the padding in your CSS. Your HTML will need to look like this:
CSS3 Custom checkboxes
This article shows how to style the checkbox form element using only CSS.
Works in: Chrome, FF, Safari, Opera, IE9+
Uses modernizr.js to check for :checked pseudo class, falling back to plain old checkboxes (IE8 and bel…
In this Micro Tutorial viewers will learn how to create a CSS image sprite
(In a later tutorial, viewers will learn how to use CSS and HTML to create a navigation menu using this sprite)
Open a new Photoshop document with a width of (Icon width)x(N…
In this tutorial viewers will learn how to style different bullet points for unordered lists in CSS.
Begin with a normal unordered list; the default bullet point is a solid circle: In the CSS, create a defined class of unordered list by typing "ul.S…