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I have two ul's (.listone and .listtwo respectfully) floated left and the other right. The list-style:circle; works in every browser except for ie7 =< . In ie7 the list-style is just ignored. How can I fix this?

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try list-style-type as the list-style is the shorthand for all subproperties.

Although the most likely problem, is that with floating the the the circles might be hidding behind the adjacent elements.. try giving your ul margin/padding to see if they appear..

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I think you should stick to <ul type="circle">

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Try the following:


IE7 is most likely considering the list markers below the z-index of the list items themselves or bounding elements, but if the list markers are inside the list items their display should be forced.

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