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    Is there a way to modify the css for the ordered or numbered list so that the second and following lines are aligned with the same indent as the first line. Here’s a link to the page on my site where I’d like to implement this: http://bit.ly/KFzTcQ

    #74790

    Hi aftaab,

    The page you linked above only shows paragraphs not an ordered list. Can you add an ordered list onto that page so we can troubleshoot?

    Regards,

    Mya

    #74791

    Hi Mya, sorry about that – it seems as though the editor is changing pages on me. Here’s another example: http://bit.ly/Jke424

    #74792

    Okay, this seems to be a page that isn’t in flux: http://bit.ly/L40SPl

    If you scroll down to the title: “Automatically synchronize a sequence”. There is a numbered list that shows the issue I first raised.

    My apologies again…

    #74793

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    #74794

    Anyone here, please, I would like to have this question answered: is there a way to modify the css so that second and following lines of a numbered list have the same indent as the first line. Here’s an example: http://bit.ly/L40SPl of a page where the second line doesn’t have the same indent as the first.

    I apologise again for the earlier confusion as there was a lot of movement with new pages being added etc. Thanks.

    #74795

    Hey!

    I checked the page but all numbered & unordered lists display fine for me. All lines have the same indent. Maybe it’s a browser/client related problem. Which browser do you use?

    Best regards,

    Peter

    #74796

    Hi Peter, I’m using Firefox, but all browsers I’ve looked at display the lists in the same way. I’m not sure that I’m explaining my problem clearly.

    With unordered lists: http://bit.ly/Loz42c the second and following lines have the same indent as the first, however, with ordered lists, the second and following lines have no indent at all as in this example: http://bit.ly/JOa8qL

    I would like the ordered lists to have the same hanging indent ie second and following lines.

    #74797

    Hi aftaab,

    Sorry for the delay in responding. I see what you mean now. Add this to your custom.css or Quick CSS.

    .entry ol li {
    list-style-position: outside;
    margin-left: 20px;
    }

    Note: You may want to change 20px in order to get to line up properly with your other text.

    Regards,

    Mya

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