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CSS

Andreas Holm
Andreas Holm
314 Points

Why is the UL showing like this??

Hey, i have my UL with 5 li's in it. The problem is, that there is a little box on the left of the li's, that i can't remove. Forefox says it's the UL, but i have margins and padding to 0.. With this box, that i have never seen appear before with the use of an UL, i sipmly don't know how to remove it... It is dislocating my li's, pushing them more to the right, because it is taking up space... How do i remve it??

1 Answer

Ken Alger
STAFF
Ken Alger
Treehouse Teacher

Andreas;

Welcome to Treehouse!

Have you tried:

ul {
     list-style-type: none;
}

Post back if you are still stuck.

Happy coding,
Ken

Andreas Holm
Andreas Holm
314 Points

Thank you Ken!

But it didn't seem to be the problem :) I think i have solved the issue now. There seems to be a difference to "none" and "0px"... I am new to coding, so i don't have all the knowledge yet :) But thank you, and g'day to you :)

Ken Alger
Ken Alger
Treehouse Teacher

Andreas;

Sorry my solution wasn't exactly what you were after. In the future if you post the code (or a link to it) of the code you are using it will greatly help the troubleshooting process.

Pleased it all worked out.

Happy coding,
Ken