CSS CSS Layout Basics Controlling Layout with CSS Display Modes Positioning Elements Side-By-Side with Inline Display

Bartłomiej Wilczyński
Bartłomiej Wilczyński
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By which command exactly he get's rid of the dots which typically come with the <ul> tag?

By which command exactly he get's rid of the dots which typically come with the <ul> tag?

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Karen Fletcher
Karen Fletcher
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You can change the bullet points of a <ul> element by using the list-style-type property. The list also has default margin and padding you'll likely want to remove from the parent as well.