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    Hi, when you use the bullet point/numbering formatting options in a text element and the text runs into the next line, is it possible to align it so that the text lines up with where it originally started after the bullet point and not right at the beginning of the line? Such as in the images in this example? (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -when-using-bullets



    Hi 500Webmaster,

    Can we see the example you have on your live site with the bullet points? I think I get what you are saying but seeing it live vs the example will let us inspect the code and css at the same time.




    Hi Devin, sure – there are plenty of examples on this page: The bullet points under “Phone Features” for example.

    The word “communications” should be aligned with the start of the phrase “A desktop…”

    I hope this helps.



    Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    .entry-content ul {
    list-style: disc outside !important;




    Hi Devin,

    Yes that works – however, it seems to have reset other functions of the bullet points feature. We had added this code earlier, as it allowed bullet points to follow sentences to the center when aligned to center, and not stay on the left hand side:

    ol {



    This is now rendered mute with your changes. Is there a way to still keep this active? Sorry, I didn’t think of mentioning it before.



    Its an either or kind of situation. If you want it to only effect certain elements then you need to wrap them in a class that you can then target and have the list-style: disc outside; applied to that class without affecting the other elements.

    If you have an example with both on a single page I may be able to assist with a sample but it isn’t something that can be auto set to always work both ways from your description.


    Got it, thanks.

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