When good lists go bad

§ Web standards · Google

First off, the css-discuss mailing list now has a searchable online archive. It’s high traffic, extremely high quality and will almost certainly already contain an answer to your CSS problems.

Here are a few gems I discovered there regarding the problems with styling lists, particularly indentation and bullet positioning:

Read this first: a succinct overview of the problem and the solution:

Eric Meyer’s; more technical, but insightul, take on the matter:

Finally a brilliantly complete explanation of the whole styled list thing:

Oh, and remember to update your Google toolbar. Hackers could be using it to get inside your machine RIGHT NOW.