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Trevor Wood
Trevor Wood
17,828 Points

Putting a "bullet point" mark in CSS

I'm trying to figure out how to put a bullet point mark in CSS. In html, I know there are special codes, but I can't find any special codes for CSS.

3 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

You are looking for the CSS property list-style-type, there are a bunch of types to choose from, you probably want disc.

Ethan Paz
Ethan Paz
7,710 Points

Bullet points are for html I believe. CSS is for design. What you are looking for does structure, which is html. To use bullet points for html, you need an unordered list <ul>.

<!-- < ul> < li> Item number 1 < /li> </ ul>-->