Now that you’ve got the basics of how to style text and fonts with CSS, the next thing we're going to do is work on styling lists in Genesis 2. We're going to go over to w3schools and then to Learn CSS. Scroll down and look for lists, styling lists and now we have some
The next thing we're going to talk about in this Introduction to HTML for WordPress and Genesis 2 Users seminar is creating a lists in HTML. Let’s begin in our visual editor where I have plenty of text that could be turned into lists. I'm going to come along and add an unordered list. Item
Next in this Introduction to HTML for WordPress and Thesis 2.1 users tutorial series we're going to take a look at lists and lists in HTML. There are essentially two different kinds of list, there are unordered lists and there are ordered lists. An unordered list uses bullets and an ordered list uses numbers or
In this session, we show to add an unordered list for a vertical navigation menu then we place it in a text widget. Well, I looked through most of the videos on the plugins. I'm trying to work with banner and basically, I didn't get to the Advanced Navigation Menu video. Going back to your
In this session we discuss how to use images as bullets in the list items of unordered lists as requested by a member. We show how you to do this by uploading background images to use as bullets in your list item and then use a little CSS to adjust. Okay so let’s see. So
This member asks how to create a 2 column list within the WordPress content area. I demonstrate a method using 2 unordered lists each wrapped in a div tag that I style so that they float side by side. This involves using the HTML view of the WordPress editor and adding code to custom.css But
This member needs to create a horizontal navigation menu but can’t use either the Thesis Nav Menu or the WordPress Menu. In this video I demonstrate how to create a menu from scratch. We use an unordered list with links and CSS styles to create a menu similar in appearance to the Thesis Nav Menu.