PolarBlog CSS

After seeing the CSS changes on Kevin and Tara's Blog, I've started play with the CSS styling on right navigation.  Basically this gets rid of the dot before list items and compresses things a bit.  Although because of the way things are configured on my live blog it's not quite right.  The changes in the "Hitchhiker" release will actual be with less space between list items.  I really need to reconfigure this live blog to use just the left_nav.css.  Then you will be able to see it.  For those who may want institute this change in their blog, here is the section of the CSS that has changed:

/* PolarBlog Calendar */
#PbCalendar {
   border:2px solid #000000;
   font-size: 12px; /* replaces font-weight:570; */

/* PolarBlog Calendar Lists */
#PbCalendar ul {
   margin-top: 2px;

#PbCalendar li {
   list-style-type: none;
   margin-left: -30px;
   padding-top: 1px;
   font-family:georgia, verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif;

Those last two section are new additions.  Breakfast is ready so I've got to go!

I've fixed the CSS problem in my main stylesheet that was preventing this from displaying properly on my blog.  The link list on the right now displays as it will in the stylesheets that are distributed with PolarBlog.

Being that I'm pretty well CSS handicapped, if any of you out there would like to help and/or make further suggestions for change let me know.  Better yet, sit down and look over the CSS that comes with PolarBlog and clean it up as a real CSS wiz would!  :)
February 5, 2005 @ 09:49 am | Category:
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