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Hello again,

1. The post tags display with "bullets" or discs in the single post layout. How do I remove these????

Here's a pic of what it looks like now, I'd like to remove the little bullets in between tags.

https://www.evernote...15133f28d8158ff

2. I'd also like to know what CSS instruction I need to use in order for the "line break" to NOT happen in the middle of a word (FIREFOX). See pic: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s21/sh/3e4302d1-a4b1-49da-a1b8-ac93c1f910a2/5fcd002246ba292a6b24ed753a319456

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Beny,

If you can, provide a link to where the bullets are, please.

To be candid, I suspect the answer to question 2 is the same as for question 1. When the bullets are removed, the margins/padding around the bullets will also vanish, making more room on the line of menu items, causing the wrap to disappear.

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I just want to remove them completely.

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The bullets are set in a core file (class.posts.php in the includes folder in your theme directory). It's not recommended that you edit core files since the change will be overwritten when you update Framework, but if you can remember to make the change again after updating, you should be fine. You just need to remove this term (just find it and delete it but do not remove the apostrophes and spaces that are around it): •

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OK, that worked perfectly. Thanks!

What about the second issue: what CSS instruction do I use to make sure that if a tag is long, it doesn't break the tag mid-word. I would rather it shoot the whole tag link to a new line.

Look at this screen pic to see what I mean... https://www.evernote.com/shard/s21/sh/9fd124f7-45ea-4bd0-b665-ad2db5397cc1/1c4b18122cc24d69153ed76957d0899b

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You can try using display: block; for the link tags but the problem is, that will probably create a vertical list of your tags. I don't think this is something that can prevented.

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Yeah, display: block doesn't do it... The strange thing is if you look at this link (http://www.designsbyfelicia.com/dummy-cat-5/dummy-post-number-10-is-the-last-one-of-the-dummies/ ) in Chrome you'll see that it breaks the tag mid-word.

But if you open that link in Firefox it displays that last tag in a new line... Which is how I would like it to display in every browser. Any thoughts?

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Strangely, when I view the tags in Firefox (on Mac), the last tag is broken mid-word. I think it's going to vary from different browsers, but not sure why this happens.

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That's really weird... I'm using Firefox on Mac as well and it displays whole...

Alright... It's good enough as it is. Let's call this case closed.

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