Using List Shortcodes within jQuery Slider

Unfortunately it is not possible to have a List Shortcode within the homepage jQuery sliders. The unordered lists use <li>‘s tags and the javascript that generates the slides views each list item as a new slide and things start looking all jacked up. If you definitely need a list in the homepage Slider you can achieve the same effect using the blockquotes tags and some custom CSS code.

INSTRUCTIONS:

Add your items to the Slider Post and wrap them with the <blockquote> tag like so:

<blockquote>List Item 1</blockquote>  <blockquote>List Item 2</blockquote>  <blockquote>List Item 3</blockquote>

Then add this custom code to the Custom CSS area in the Site Options panel:

.home-banner-main blockquote p  {background:url(http://localhost:8888/wp-content/themes/Karma/images/secondary-teal-grey/bullet3.png) no-repeat scroll 0 10px transparent !important ;padding:3px 0 0 18px !important;margin:2px !important;}

Kindly replace localhost:8888 with your own URL to properly call the bullet image. Note: the above will show the checkmark bullet, if you prefer to use a different style according to you site color, just look for the preferred one and replace the URL to point to it.

Please see image bellow for final results:

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