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Not really sure if this question goes here, but this section is probably the most fitting for this...

I'd like my list bullets (I'm using my own images but afaik I cant do it for regular bullets, either) to be vertically aligned to the li text is corresponds to. Is there any way to acheive that (and hopefully across as many browsers as possible)? Ive searched on Google and havent yielded anything, so maybe one of you has done it before or seen an answer somewhere.

Thanks oh so very much. Laughing out loud

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Hi trhaynes,
You could add some clear padding to your bullet image but that wouldn't work with text zoom etc.
I don't know how you could get it to work with standard bullets.

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Thanks for the reply. But its not actually an image in the HTML - its a bullet image. As in:

http://gendes.elivy.com/cuba2/index.php?id=journals

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Hi trhaynes,
Yes that's what I thought you meant.
It's still an image that can be resized in an image editor.

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Oh ok sorry. I thought "clear padding" was some CSS that I needed to learn or something. This should be too hard to implement. Wink

Thanks a lot. Laughing out loud