SSRS - Bullets and Number Lists in HTML
SSRS text fields formatted as HTML which contain an <ol> or <ul> tag get list numbers or bulets (respectively) which do not have the font size specified in the text box properties. For example, a numbered list with a text box font size of 8pt gets numbers with a font size of 10pt. A bulleted list gets a symbol font with a font size of 10pt. This modified the line height and modifies the list spacing from the default line height as well.
Fredrik Tingdal commented
Trying to do a report with end notes that are annotated in the Tablix. Everything has been a bit of a struggle, including lack of support for superscript in SSRS. Created the end note in HTML using <ol> and <li> tags. We are using font size 7 for the end notes, and the HTML renderer does not respect this for the leading numbers of the list - they are still in the default font and size. It doesn't respect the font of the text box either. I've tried controlling it from the outside by setting the font and size on the text box, and by marking up the HTML appropriately. Neither seems to work. See attached images.
We also need to be able to modify the font size of <ol> tags in a SQL selected statement.
Please address the limitations of CSS styling with HTML elements in SSRS.