"List Container" Bullets - Post ID...

User 300493 Photo


Registered User
61 posts

Why do somebody always want to be different?

I am working on a project and the default font colour is not black.

The bullets created by the 'List Container' layout element are black and black only.

Is there a way to change the colour of the bullet? My apologies if I missed some obvious setting, but it is late at night here.
User 185561 Photo


Registered User
102 posts

While you can change the color for an unordered list or ordered list bullet using the topography settings, you cannot change the color for a list container or any of its children. However, you can cheat and add a font icon to each child container and change the color of the font icon. I use the no-bullet class on the list container then add a font icon to each list item container, use flex row, center items, and then change the color and size of the font icon using the typography settings. Once you have done one child just duplicate it.

Hopefully, CC will allow the color of bullets to be changed for the list container in a future update.
Once you accomplish the impossible, then you can move on to the hard stuff!
User 2846109 Photo


Ambassador
341 posts

http://www.copypastecharacter.com/

is a good site to easily find uncommon characters. You can use the bullet from here and then just color it like Chuck suggested.
http://www.pixelandpoly.com/ (built with Bootstrap Builder)
Video Tutorials - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQMcF0 … EKA/videos
The Universe from A to Z - https://universeatoz.com/ (built with Foundation Framer)
User 300493 Photo


Registered User
61 posts

Thanks guys.

If one create your own bullet list by using columns, and adding a bullet character, your plan does work and it is the way I have solved my problem - and how I created bullet lists in the past.

However, you will notice this lovely little button called 'List Container' among the layout elements. It works (like most CC goodies) and perfectly creates a bullet list for you. That is what I used this time round and where I got stuck. It is as rigid as a brick wall. Nice feature if you don't have to change anything around the bullet.

I will drop a note in the CC suggestion box.
User 2699991 Photo


Registered User
2,477 posts

Faure Coetzee wrote:
Thanks guys.

If one create your own bullet list by using columns, and adding a bullet character, your plan does work and it is the way I have solved my problem - and how I created bullet lists in the past.

However, you will notice this lovely little button called 'List Container' among the layout elements. It works (like most CC goodies) and perfectly creates a bullet list for you. That is what I used this time round and where I got stuck. It is as rigid as a brick wall. Nice feature if you don't have to change anything around the bullet.

I will drop a note in the CC suggestion box.


You need read the post from "Chuck again" you can get around the round or square bullet thing with the list container. and insert your own character/icon to use as a replacement bullet point., and make them whatever colour under the rainbow you like
The Help You Need: When You Need It The Most

Have something to add? We’d love to hear it!
You must have an account to participate. Please Sign In Here, then join the conversation.