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CSS CSS Foundations Text, Fonts, and Lists List Styles

Removing the Markers

The first code challenge quiz is stumping me for some reason. It seems like the code below would remove the markers. Why isn't it?

Question: Remove the list item markers in the ul.

Answer:

ul li {
  list-style-type: none;
}

Did You try just ```ul { list-style-type:none; }

(without li)? Your css selector might be wrong...

Hi Vladimir, that worked. Thanks! In a previous lesson I swear i had to clarify li but maybe I'm wrong.

Thanks Again! Eric

2 Answers

Hi Eric,

You need to apply the style to the ul rather than the li.

Hope that helps

-Rich

Just delete li xd

Lol yeah , that what they said ; p i read it but i didn't think. Although my worked too : p