Ticket #10334 (closed: wontfix)
SF.net CSS ruins custom HTML on tracker submission pages
|Reported by:||fingolfin||Owned by:||hinojosa|
Like many other SF.net projects, we have configured a custom greeting message on our "Add new artifact" pages, which give the user some advice on how to go about the submission (which information to provide, what to do before reporting a bug, etc.), see for example https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=add&group_id=37116&atid=418820
This used to be quite fine, but as we just discovered, during some point of the various SourceForge website "redesigns", this was partially broken: SF.net uses lots of custom CSS to style its page, including some which turns HTML lists into almost flat text (no bullet points in front of list items due to a "list-style: none" CSS instruction; no indention due to a "margin: 0px"; etc.)
As a result, our once very nice and good to read instruction text now is quite ugly and difficult to read.
This seems to be a bug / regression to me. In particular, it's not clear to me why the SF.net CSS would modify the look of *all* <li> lists this way.