If you don't want a bullet to appear at the beginning of a given list item, just make the first character on that line an underscore. For example, this suppresses the bullets in front of the month headers:
The Matrix Revolutions
The Matrix Reloaded
. . . and appears like so:
- The Matrix Revolutions
- The Matrix Reloaded
- The Matrix
Like links, this is best illustrated by example. This code . . .
I said "to <strong>boldly</strong> go where no man has gone before", not to <em>italically</em> go there.
. . . will appear like so:
I said "to boldly go where no man has gone before", not to italically go there.
Listology also has a couple built-in styles you can use if you like. If you create a list that looks like this:
Godfather <span class="gray">(arguably Coppola's greatest)</span>
You can put links in your lists, polls, articles, posts and comments using a little simple HTML. This is best described by example. Suppose you want to link to Steven Soderbergh's page in the IMDb. First, you'd navigate there in your browser to see what the link is. In our example, it's:
Now all you have to do is incorporate this into your link. The HTML looks like this:
I've really enjoyed everything <a href="http://www.imdb.com/Name?Soderbergh,+Steven">Steven Soderbergh</a> has done since "Out of Sight".