HTML and CSS Reference
Giving the list some style
You already know that once you know the basic CSS font, text, color, and other
properties, you can style just about anything, including lists. You've already seen a little
list styling (Chapter 12), and it turns out there are only a couple properties that are
specific to lists, so there's not too much more to learn. The main list property is called
list-style-type , and it allows you to control the bullets (or markers , as they are
called) used in your lists. Here are a few ways you can do that:
Here we're set ting the style o n the <li> elem ent. You can al so set it
on the <ul> ele ment, and it w ill be inherited by the <li> ele ments.
A v alue o f none
rem oves t he m arker
alt ogethe r.