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    tinkertours, 11th Oct 2012 8:47 am

    I posted an enquiry 3 days ago but don't understand the reply?
    I just have all the bullet text overprinting on the webpage. I'm using the a value to reduce the spacing. Is this what's causing the problem?
    www.verdandi.co.uk

    • Dave P, 11th Oct 2012 9:39 am

      On 10/11/2012 9:47 AM, tinkertours wrote:

      I posted an enquiry 3 days ago but don't understand the reply? I just
      have all the bullet text overprinting on the webpage. I'm using the a
      value to reduce the spacing. Is this what's causing the problem?
      www.verdandi.co.uk

      If the link you posted above is the site you're talking about, I can't
      find any bulleted lists there. The problem you mention COULD be caused
      by reducing the bullet spacing. f you could post a link to the page in
      question, I can take a look at your markup and your style sheet if any.

      Dave Pyles

      • tinkertours, 12th Oct 2012 7:03 am

        Thanks Dave.
        http://verdandi.co.uk/services/methods.html
        for example.
        I used in all the site the following "line-height:100% margin-bottom: -18"
        around all the bullets and now the appear crunched up.
        It's almost as if the bullets are causing it but when I remove the line above totally they still appear too close.
        Dennis

        • Dave P, 12th Oct 2012 8:57 am

          On 10/12/2012 8:03 AM, tinkertours wrote:

          Thanks Dave.
          http://verdandi.co.uk/services/methods.html
          for example.
          I used in all the site the following "line-height:100% margin-bottom: -18"
          around all the bullets and now the appear crunched up.
          It's almost as if the bullets are causing it but when I remove the line above totally they still appear too close.
          Dennis

          Try this (It's modified markup for your very bottom set of unordered lists):

          Our portfolio of proven and innovative development methods includes:

          You should be quickly able to see the difference between this unordered
          list mark-up and what you have in your page now. You are defeating the
          purpose of the

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          I hope that helps.

          Dave Pyles

          • tinkertours, 12th Oct 2012 11:27 am

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            This gives me the problems I experience
            Regards
            Dennis

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