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The firefox shows a small hyphen infront of the bullet list. But IE is fine and ok. Please help Smile

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I have corrected for post

I have corrected your post and added <code> tags for correct formatting.

Don't see a problem though Smile

Please read the stickies on posting requirements we need to see some actual code or better still a link to your site.

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You can see the actual page

You can see the actual page at
http://www.business.orange.co.uk/servlet/Satellite?pagename=Business&c=OUKPage&cid=1135315302024

See the difference between IE and fire fox

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Remove this line!

Hello csaravindh

li { background-image:url(/images/sme/bulleticon.gif); background-position:0pt 0.7em; background-repeat:no-repeat; padding-left:0px; }

remove the bold line!
http://www.business.orange.co.uk/images/sme/bulleticon.gif

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if you need this bulleticon.gif then add a property to your ul

    {
    list-style: none;
    }

this will give you the orange hyphen.

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That was gr8... problem

That was gr8...
problem partially resolved..
But some other pages are using this bulleticon.gif. so i can't delete it.

If i give line -style : none; ------> bullets gets disappeared everywhere.

can i use

  • and give the class name in
    li.classname {
    background-image:url(/images/sme/bulleticon.gif);
    background-position:0pt 0.7em;
    background-repeat:no-repeat;
    padding-left:0px;
    }
  • and leave the other li tags untouched?

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    Yes ... you can do this! 1.

    Yes ... you can do this!

    1. Define a general UL with your desirable proprieties!
    2. Define a particular class name for the UL with bullets!

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    Thank you so much all of

    Thank you so much all of u!!!!!!! i started liking this forum Smile