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How do you change the ordered list bullet colour?

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Hi Leon,
The color is set through your font color so you need to use some custom css.
Try this.
Set your ul to List Type none
Add a class to each li element of list-item-1 or adjust the code to what ever you use.
Then add an html element and place the code below in it. Again make sure the class matches the one you use.
.list-item-1:before {
content: "• ";
color: red;

Do this only for testing and if it works you can remove it and add it to your exported email head section.
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I have RED for business and do not have a html element to add any styles so I exported and added the style in for just the bullet.

This is what I came up with for changing color black to red:

td {
color: #E0201E

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