The footer currently has the bullets from both the default list-style-type, as well as the :before conditional. The :before conditional is meant to generate bullets between entries, while the list-style-type generates them before each entry. As such, i believe disabling the list-style-type will create the desired visuals.
Added some template logic to the Header and Master Search Results modules to detect searching in a global context and * Set the 'system page' flag, to avoid hundreds of 'about me' boxes on the sidebar * Set a blog_override value (to 1) Header will detect this and set the relevant strings to blog #1s, instead of giving the values from the first search result. (The <title> is being manually set to "$name search results", which may eventually need to change. This does not apply for search results on single blogs; see the distinction between: http://blogs.perl.org/mt/mt-search.fcgi?IncludeBlogs=100&limit=20&search=database and http://blogs.perl.org/mt/mt-search.fcgi?limit=20&search=database This addresses github issue39