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skyplugins says

I cannot get my custom list item bullets to be rendered correctly in Opera. You can see the problem in the image below. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Here is the css that I’m using to style the lists.

ul {
    list-style: square inside url(../images/arrow.png);
    margin: 15px 0;
    line-height: 26px;
}

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Edit: No problem with ie, safari and firefox.

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readactor says

use background-position property. for instance

background: url(../images/arrow.png) left 5px;

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skyplugins says

Thanks a lot. That was an option. I think I will use it since there aren’t any other proper solutions.

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readactor says

for opera i don’t know to be another solution for its list image problem.

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