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I've been searching through the tags for a while now, and maybe I've missed it but I've been trying to find out how to change the color of the bullet points that are along side the page summary section. I use Expressive for a majority of my customized layouts throughout Livejournal and I'm always trying to match the darn bullet point to the layout since I haven't worked out how to change that. I figure if I can change that color? Then I won't have to keep randomly trying layouts to match up.

CSS coding is prefered. Thanks again, and if I missed the post for it? A link will do fine and I'll delete this post!

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av8rmike
Nov. 29th, 2007 11:11 pm (UTC)
I swear that someone asked this before, but I may have missed it during the re-tagging, which is quite possible. Anyway, this should change the bullet color:
.archive-widget .widget-list .item {
    color: #xxxxxx;
}
lollobrigida
Nov. 29th, 2007 11:14 pm (UTC)
FANTASTIC!! You are seriously so awesome for helping me with all my questions over the years/months etc.
av8rmike
Nov. 29th, 2007 11:21 pm (UTC)
You're very welcome! Glad to help.
frijo
Jan. 11th, 2008 08:55 pm (UTC)
Is it possible to make the bullet points in the summary list change color when hovering over a link? I tried


.archive-widget .widget-list .item a:hover{
color: #476a88;
}


but it didn't work (well, I thought I give it a try ;) )
av8rmike
Jan. 11th, 2008 10:19 pm (UTC)
You know, it's not something I'd have thought to try. I just tried
.archive-widget .widget-list .item:hover and .archive-widget .widget-list .item li:hover to try to apply it to the bullet. Either it doesn't work in IE6, or the bullet isn't an actual "entity" to which you can apply the :hover pseudo-class.
frijo
Jan. 12th, 2008 09:25 am (UTC)
yeah, after a few hours of sleep your solution makes much more sense ;), and it works just fine in firefox and opera. So, thanks! :) And I noticed something, but not that's really an issue. IE7 also places the bullets somewhat differently (green dot) than ff/o (pink dot). Being a web designer must be a nightmare with all the different browser standards...


av8rmike
Jan. 13th, 2008 06:22 pm (UTC)
Oh, yeah, I knew about that. I think it's actually been reported to the developers as a bug, but it hasn't been addressed as such yet. If it's a big deal to you, you can fix it with this:
.widget-list .item {width: auto !important;}
I guess I should make some kind of a post about it here, but I haven't yet. *embarassed*
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