This stack overflow listing was helpful.

Using the default WYSIWYG editor to create list items is a common task.  By default, it looks like this in Divi:

Divi List Item by Orange Pulley

Standard bullet list items in Divi

Clean and simple.

But what if you want to spice up those bullets a bit with, say, a different icon?

  1. Install Font Awesome
  2. Pick the icon you want to use
  3. Edit your child theme style.css file.
  4. Add something like this:
.entry-content ul {
 list-style-type: none;
}
.entry-content ul li {
 padding-bottom:3px !important;
}
.entry-content ul li:before {
 padding-top: 5px !important;
 font-family: 'FontAwesome';
 content: 'f10c';
 margin: 10px 5px 0 -15px;
 position-top:10px;
 color: #666;
 font-size:10px;
}

Which should display something like this:
Divi Font Awesome Bullets
Divi using list items and Font Awesome

NOTE – this will replace ALL bullets throughout the entire site with a small circle icon (specifically, FA “icon-circle-blank”)

You can/should, obviously, adjust sizing/color/padding as required.

Build Beautiful.