1. chrishoefliger
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Hi Ciaran,
I am building a site using Nina (V 1.0.2) for Joomla 4 (J 4.0.4). I want to have a menu in sidecol-1a.
Now unfortunately each menu item is decorated with a bullet point that changes color to the primary color on mous over. I want to get rid of that, but I cannot see where the bullets come from. Inspector tells me list-style is none, calculated to none (see attachment).
So, where does that come from, and how do I get rid of it. And more over, how do I style the sidebar menu?
I am aware that this is your first template for Joomla 4, also I see that there are several reports of problems with Nina. Yesterday I noticed there was a newer version of the template and I downloaded that and installed it over the existing one, but it did not fix this issue. The site I'm building is still on localhost, so I can't give you a link to the problem.

Looking forward to suggestions.
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Hello

To amend try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

.module .mod-list li a::after, 
.module_menu .mod-list li a::after {
display: none;
}
.module .mod-list li a,
.module_menu .mod-list li a {
padding-left: 0;
}


Ciaran
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Gee, thanx
that works. Much appreciated!
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