so, I have a page on my wordpress site, i’ve placed an unordered list within the content of that page (in the html view of the edit page). However, when I load that page, the list does not seem to be responding. what’s the deal? interestingly it does show up in the "visual" tab, but not on the actual site.
here’s the list, what I put directly in my page post.
and here’s the page itself:
I feel like i’m missing something pretty simple here.
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Which is why I always recommend a proper css reset where you control everything that happens. Having said that you can add this to the stylesheet to get the numbers back (plus any other padding and margins you want):
alright, I’ve managed to knock down those errors to 9. those nine are mostly errors caused by list elements created by wordpress, specifically the list pages navigation i’ve made. it says i need a containing element like a <ul> (which is already there) so, I dunno. i’ve been relying on the firebug error checker thing, which i’m now learning is not the same as checking for validation.
As for the list elements on that page, the ol css code did the trick.
Any ideas for a "proper" css reset? the one I used was recommended by many sites. I’ll have to do some more research on that.
thanks everyone, for your input
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