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Another question! After including the link to normalize.css, the bullets in the site I'm creating were supposed to be removed, but they weren't. Something I might be missing?

3 Answers

Your normalize include should look something like:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"  href="normalize.css"/>

Now, I don't believe normalize gets rid of bullets on lists anywhere; because that simply wouldn't make sense. Normalize has a style that gets rid of bullets specifically for an <ul> or <ol> inside of a containing <nav> element.

nav ul, nav ol {
    list-style: none;
    list-style-image: none;
James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

> Normalize has a style that gets rid of bullets specifically for an <ul> or <ol> inside of a containing <nav> element.

That rule was removed starting in the version 2 branch according to the changelog.

Jonathan Grieve
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 91,253 Points

Make sure your link to the normalise.css file is correct.

it's list-style: none; as well just to be sure that's right too. No code so this is guesswork but all worth checking!

Keith Monaghan
Keith Monaghan
9,494 Points

Double check that normalize.css was properly linked. You can view source on your page and try to access that style sheet by clicking on it's link.

If normalize.css is linked above your style.css (which it should be) make sure nothing in your stylesheet resets the list-style property back to default (circle, I think).