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CSS not affecting HTML

When I look at this webpage in my browser, it looks as if the CSS is not affecting the HTML at all in the <nav>. For instance, I ordered list-style: none; and the bullets are still showing up in my browser. Does anyone see my mistake?

3 Answers

Sydney Bowman
Sydney Bowman
6,544 Points

In your css you have it as nav ul but I am not seeing nav anywhere in your html.

You need to close your normalize with a >

Helpful Brandan but does not completely solve problem. Thanks for your note.

Arrgh! I had accidentally saved the file twice to different folders and was working in the wrong one. Saved it again to the right folder and made sure it had the <nav>. That fixed it! Thank you so much!