Instead of using <ul> and <li> dircetly, Use <p> element and assign class for that.
<p class="bullists1">•   a medical degree from an accredited medical school;</p>
I think this will work sure.
Thanks a lot for your effort to help me! However, I can't make it work...
The bullet paragraphs dissappear completely when coding like you suggested. However, they come back when I remove the number 1 in <p class="bullists1"> but then I am back to where I started; without indent on the lines following the first one.
Sorry, you just remove 1 form bulllists1 and also remove li, ol properties from your css file.
I finally managed to make it work! In case anyone else is interested, this is what I did:
- Removed the bullet and tab created by InDesign in the xhtml-files.
- Moved the </span> tag created by InDesign to the end of the paragraph, before the </p> (span class="char-style-override-1").
- Changed the css. An excerpt from it looks like this:
Thanks. Didn't see your reply until now, but managed to make it work anyway.