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CSS

Tova Wahlin
Tova Wahlin
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I get a smal smal space between doughnuts and tea, it disappears if I set the margin to "margin: -4px;" . why is this?

When I use margin-right: 4px; theres still space between doughnuts and tea. I tried finding some extra space in my html but can't see anything. When looking in the inspector tool it looks like its the list item that still has some extra margin or that the doughnut list item isnt covering the full parent element. Any clue my this happens?

1 Answer

Hi Tova

The white space between the list items is just what happens when you have them displayed as inline-block. One way to get rid of the spaces is to set the ul font-size to 0.