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This is my test_site .In there the list items are displaying not in order. I know this is because of some silly css problem. but I don't know how to write the css to make them to display neatly. I tried

display:inline,display:block no use.

can anybody please help me to attain this?

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closed as off-topic by Rarst Jan 6 at 9:25

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i'm sorry. i was working in wordpress site so i thought i can ask about this in here. sorry my mistake. –  barbieegal Jan 6 at 9:34
    
No worries. :) Stack Overflow is better for more generic things, here we focus on aspects that are tightly tied to WordPress mechanics, rather than just happen in its context. –  Rarst Jan 6 at 9:57
    
okay.. i got my answer.. sorry again.. i won't repeat this..again.. :) –  barbieegal Jan 6 at 11:25

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This should do the trick:

.entry-content li {
clear: both;
list-style-type:circle !important;
float: left;
}
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it arranged correctly but the bullets where gone. can u just look into my site now because i have added ur code in css. –  barbieegal Jan 6 at 9:15
    
Hope the edits will work. –  Yamu Jan 6 at 9:37
    
yeah..that worked... thanks..yamu :) –  barbieegal Jan 6 at 11:25

try removing all style of the list.

then try this guide here!

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