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I’m not sure if you missed the ‘dashboard’ part or not, but I’m talking about on custom options pages in the dashboard. Inspecting an unordered list element shows that, for example, list-style is being set to ‘none’ via:
I don’t think one exists, because “standard” is without that styling.
Is this lack of bullets causing a problem for you?
@joy In regards to “standard” styling:
If you just create a basic ul li structure with absolutely no styling rules at all in an html file and browse it, the li’s will be indented and have bullet points. This is what I’m considering standard styling.
> Is this lack of bullets causing a problem for you?
Yes, because I’d like to be able to create a more traditional looking bulleted list in the dashboard without having to re-do the basic styling rules each time.
If such a class doesn’t exist, that’s fine and I’ll survive, but it seemed like something that might exist.
I’m looking at the dashboard layout and it seems to rely on bullet-less
<li> elements. If you’re doing a plugin where you need them, I suggest wrapping your stuff in a div and adding some admin CSS to apply the “traditional” styling to elements therein.