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  1. Denis L.
  2. JCE Plugins / Addons
  3. Tuesday, 28 July 2020
Hi,

I want to have the square bullets in priority and from what I can see of the cursor in the Unordered Lists plugin settings, we would be supposed to be able to move them around to change the order... but it's not working. See Gif bellow.

https://spaa.wgxmontage.com/images/Bullet-list-ordering.gif

Can you please help me fix this?
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  1. more than a month ago
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Hi Ryan,

Sorting of list items in Editor Profiles works fin now, but there is still a little nag I was wondering if it could be done?

In this particular website I'm building, I want the bullet list style to be square by default... so I thought that by moving the square style at the top of the list and unchecked the default one that it would achieve this but still, if I just clic on the list button in the editor, I still get the disk dots by default. To have the square ones, I have to pull down the button's drop list and select the square dots.

Isn't there a way to set the dot style as default when you prioritize one of them in the list order?
  1. more than a month ago
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In this particular website I'm building, I want the bullet list style to be square by default... so I thought that by moving the square style at the top of the list and unchecked the default one that it would achieve this but still, if I just clic on the list button in the editor, I still get the disk dots by default. To have the square ones, I have to pull down the button's drop list and select the square dots.

Isn't there a way to set the dot style as default when you prioritize one of them in the list order?


If you don't want or need the other options, then uncheck all of them except default, and style the list using css in your template stylesheet, eg:


ul {
list-style: square;
}
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  1. more than a month ago
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Good! That works! Thanks Ryan! :)
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