border-radius in selected items

Hello, people,

I have a vertical menu on my website (in construction) as follow:

<ul id="menu">
   <li>text
       <ul>
          <li> submenu </li>
       </ul>
   </li>
<li>... more rows in the menu
 
</ul>

In CSS I put on this:

ul#menu {some things;
         border-radius: 0px 20px 20px 0px;
}

2 pages, exact same CSS why the difference

(these pages appear fine in firefox but Chrome has issues)

page 1 - about

page 2 - events

They both have the exact same css file, nav.css

The troublesome CSS property is below. It's delivered to both pages but renders differently. I'm tearing my hair out here trying to figure it out!

#subnav ul {
padding: 3px 0 0 0;
background-color:#ff3333;
height: 17px;
}

Question about overriding a graphic bullet in a ul/li block

Hello,

I am working with a Wordpress theme. Ifn their ul/li they use an out of proportion arrow bullet. In order to make sure any change I make will not be overwritten by the next update, I am trying to reclass ul/li. Currently, I have been able to turn of the oversized bullets in my sample, but I have been unable to get a standards bullet like circle or square to display in my ul/li case. This is a small sample that exhibits the problem. I am pretty new to CSS/html, so any insight would be appreciated.

BTW, the div inclusion is set up to match what I see in their html file.

 

Getting text vertically centred in an <ul>/<li>/<a> tag

I am having trouble trying to figure this out. I have tried vertical-align:center and padding-top:9px, but the first just doesnt work (in any tags), and the padding just ADDS the padding on top of the background image there already.
All I want is the text to be in the middle of the bar.

http://wincraftmc.net/test/
http://wincraftmc.net/test/home/style.css

Thanks.

CSS selectors: How to select only first level of li elements?

Hi, never used css selectors extensively, but decided it's time to learn them. I was reading on w3, and figured that > selector should do, but it only works for some things.

Here's sample menu code:

					<mainmenu class="leftF">
						<ul>
							<li><a href="#"><span>Home</span></a></li>
							<li><a href="#"><span>Services</span></a>
								<ul>
									<li><a href="#"><span>Logo Design</span></a></li>
									<li><a href="#"><span>Web Design</span></a></li>
									<li><a href="#"><span>Web Developement</span></a></li>

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