I'm formatting an ebook that has taught me many things ... usually after a fair bit of angst, consultation of manuals, online sleuthing, and experimentation. (This is a complicated non-fiction book, with an appendix containing 102 entries, each with five paragraph styles and embedded images.) I have solved everything, it validates but ... the font displayed in ul and ol lists is smaller than the font in the rest of the book.
I do not have any list styles defined. I thought that the list took its style from the paragraph style unless otherwise specified.
I do not recall having run into this problem on other books, some of which had lists. Could the problem be that this is the first time that I have used an imbedded font, at the client's request?
The paragraph .css looks like this:
font-family:"texgyreschola", serif; font-size:1.0em; text-indent:1.5em; text-align: left; margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0; margin-right:.5em;
Is the font-embedding somehow interfering with list display? If it is, how do I fix things? Create a list style and duplicate the paragraph specs?
I will be abjectly grateful for any help :)