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  • That worked.  Thank you. While that is a simple solution, shouldn't the icon be referenced where it actually is? I was actually using CSS instructions that I found in your support forums, so I'm not sure why this extra step should have been necessar…
  • Nope.  That it no way gets rid of the checkmark.  It's still there.  Not sure why you'd think that CSS would remove the checkmark, leaving only my custom icon. Did you look at the site at all?  Also, do you understand that I've followed the instruct…
  • I followed the instructions from Bryan, and added the code, with the url of my custom bullet icon, to the custom CSS are in theme options, but now I'm getting BOTH the checkmark and my custom icon as bullets.
  • Nevermind.  It was some remnant of the background parallax on the page that was breaking it.  Once I removed that it worked fine.
  • I had to set the following CSS:.layout-full-width #Wrapper {top-margin: -50px!important;} But shouldn't there be some easier, less clunky way to set that, perhaps in the theme options?