Question regarding a template and <ol>tag

Hi, Please see this page: dev2.magickitchen.com/menu/main_courses/eggplant_parmigiana.html

It is a template page, and the values pull from a product database.

In this section, I would like the 1,2,3 in the <ol> to align with the rest of that column, so move to the right about 15px. screenshot
Here's the problem- The <ol> list is in the database, and all I have to work from in the template is:
<h3 class="ItemTitle" style="margin-bottom:8px;">Heating Instructions </h3>

  <span class="BodyBold"><MIM>FID_field1</MIM>:</span>
              <MIM>FID_desc1</MIM>
          <br><br>
            <MIMCOND>
              <span class="BodyBold"><MIM>FID_field2</MIM>:</span>
             <MIM>FID_desc2</MIM>
            
            </MIMCOND>
<br>

            <MIMCOND>
              <span class="BodyBold"><MIM>FID_field3</MIM>:</span>
              <MIM>FID_desc3</MIM>
            </MIMCOND>

So how can I change the padding on those sections to align?  Thanks, If you need the whole page of code, I will upload it.
Melody ScottAsked:
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Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
You can change the list-style-position so that they line up but the problem you'll have is that currently you have no way of isolating just that OL (unless you can add a class), so you'll likely effect all OLs throughout your site.

Simply add this to your CSS

ol { list-style-position: inside; }

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Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
Thanks, that's what I figured, I have to add a class to all those OL tags. Bummer. Thanks for your help.
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