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10/04/2020 01:11:34 PM (13 months ago)
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  • Ticket #51157, comment 11

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    1 @francina Thanks for testing. Unfortunately, the patch is for editor styles, not for the front end. And while I would prefer having a margin to indent the lists, both [https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/browser/twentyfifteen/1.0/style.css#L2585 Twenty Fifteen] (at larger screen sizes) and [https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/browser/twentyseventeen/1.0/style.css#L1082 Twenty Seventeen] have had no left or right margin since each theme was released. Reconsidering that now would require a separate ticket and plenty of testing.
     1Thanks for testing. Unfortunately, the patch is for editor styles, not for the front end. And while I would prefer having a margin to indent the lists, both [https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/browser/twentyfifteen/1.0/style.css#L2585 Twenty Fifteen] (at larger screen sizes) and [https://themes.trac.wordpress.org/browser/twentyseventeen/1.0/style.css#L1082 Twenty Seventeen] have had no left or right margin since each theme was released. Reconsidering that now would require a separate ticket and plenty of testing.
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    33For further testing here, if anyone would like to import some starter/example posts, [attachment:"example-posts-with-lists.xml"] contains my lists for both LTR and RTL directions (I used Arabic, with Polylang plugin). Each post features simple ordered and unordered lists, plus nested lists (including mixed types). Then the same set of lists is repeated inside a full-width group block and a classic block. Other possible situations could be tested as well.