Fixed table widths and bullet points in CSS

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    I’ve set up a WordPress blog here, using my own child theme from the Twenty Ten theme. There are a couple of problems I’m having that I just can’t work out as my HTML and CSS skills are fairly limited.

    1. The main page displays as intended, however, when I click to read comments on the blog posts, the table cells stretch and mess up the appearance of the page. I’ve tried to set fixed widths, but I must have done something wrong as it’s not working.

    2. I’ve tried to edit style.css in order to get rid of the bullet points in the right sidebar. I’ve changed all of the ‘ul’ entries to say that the style type should be ‘none’, but the bullet points are still there! I can’t figure out why.

    Help on either of these problems would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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    supportbot
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    #1085691

    timethief
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    That’s not a free hosted WordPress.com blog. You are posting to the wrong support forum. We cannot help you here. This is the correct forum for your software http://wordpress.ORG/support/ If you have not registered a WordPress.org username account yet you can do so on the top right hand corner of the page I just linked to so you can post to those support forums.
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