Using SiteFinity 3.6 Community, built-in Emerald theme.
Check out this image: http://i44.tinypic.com/15f2m9e.jpg. You will notice underneath the "Hello World" text there is a small 'x'. Looking inside the source code for the page, I find this:
|<ul class="sf_postListing"> |
| <li> |
| <h2 class="sf_postTitle"> |
| <a id="ctl00_Content_BlogPosts1_ctl00_repeater_ctl01_fullContent1" href="/test/blog/09-06-18/Hello_World.aspx"> |
| Hello World |
| </a> |
| </h2> |
| <!-- rest of source follows... --> |
So I looked into the CSS for this theme and found the offending section:
|.content ul li |
| padding-left: 30px; |
| list-style-type: none; |
| background: transparent url(img/bullet.gif) no-repeat 9px 5px; |
Obviously, if I try to comment out the background declaration the rogue bullet will disappear but so will all other bullets present on the site. I tried to customize the CSS to not display the bullet if it is under 'sfPostlisting' class, but thus far I have been unsuccessful in doing so.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!