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Re: list-item alignment in CSS



At 19:24 -0700 6.4.97, David Perrell wrote:
> Hakon Lie wrote:
> > ... With the keyword value 'outside', the marker will be put
> > outside the box and the box will be formatted and positioned as any
> > other box.
>
> BODY     { margin-left: 0 }
> UL       { margin-left: 0 }
> UL LI    { margin-left: 0 }
>
> ...
>
> <BODY>
> <UL>
> <LI>Those bullets are out there...<LI>
> <LI>But who knows where?</LI>
> <LI>Somehow this doesn't seem right to me.</LI>
> </UL>
>
> ...
>
> Those bullets are out there...
>
> But who knows where?
>
> Somehow this doesn't seem right to me.

Yes, it's odd. I've suggested that the markers should take as much
space as they need, intruding either partially into the list item
content block, or completely a la "inside" style.

...


XVII. This is item
   number seventeen.

XVIII. This is item
   number eighteen.

...


* Those bullets are
out there...

* But who knows where?

* Somehow this doesn't
seem right to me.

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