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Old 10-14-2012, 04:26 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Dia435 View Post
Sorry - I did mean numbered list <ol> not ul - but do you see anything that would cause my numbered list to not show up in Nook, and ADE?
thx again - Dia
actually no.
Keep in mind, that ADE does not forgive any faults in Style-definition; on the other hand it should display the list with defaults...

I found only this style, which refers to numbered lists:

Code:
 ol
        {margin: 14px 0 18px 0;
        text-indent:0;
        font-size:16px;
        font-family:"Times New Roman",serif;}
It seams to be a good idea to play around with it.

You can:
  • Start with the curly brackets in the same line as the tag
  • Toss out "Times New Roman" (If you can't make sure, that it's installed on all reading devices, don't use it)
  • Play around with the left-margin (the fourth parameter of margin) and see what happens
  • Avoid any font-styles while testing

try:
ol { margin: 14px 0 18px 3em; text-indent:0; }
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