Opera Bug #250140

List bullets erroniously follow only statically positioned content

Technically fixed in Opera 10.51, but see DSK-289417

Related to bug #158941, this bug involves specially positioned first-child content displacing bullets in list items. This test-case shows that the problem is not limited to floated content, but also appears with relatively positioned content which should still technically remain within the flow of the document.

Two lists follow, each item containing an h4 header as the first-child. The first list shows the default style behaviour, while the CSS style position:relative; has been applied the h4 tags in the second list. The bullets in the second list are shifted down to the first row of statically (default) positioned inline content.

  1. Title 1

    Each list item of this ordered list contains an h4 header positioned statically
  2. Title 2

    The number bullets appear in the correct top-left position
  3. Title 3

    Text 3

  1. Title 1

    Each list item of this ordered list contains an h4 header positioned relatively
  2. Title 2

    The number bullets are shifted down to the first row of statically positioned inline content
  3. Title 3

    Text 3

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