Most people want to disable bullets! I can't see mine. If I disable my CSS external stylesheet I see the bullets, and as a consequence disable my horizontal list used to create navigation for my website!
I thought that assigning a class to the real list that is part of the content of the website would mean that the list would function properly. Well it does except for the missing bullets!
Has anyone any information as to why I have missing bullets on my UL?
1 Year Ago
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is a Web Design, HTML and CSS discussion thread by Matt__ that has 1 reply, was last updated 1 year ago and has been tagged with the keywords: css, html, li, menu, ul.
I have tried alterations to the padding and margins. The ul looks fine except for the fact that the bullets are not visible. Disabling the stylesheet proves that the bullets are there, so there is something wrong with the stylesheet. Since I am using a dark grey background I thought that maybe the bullets are not showing, so I altered the background color but that doesn't solve the problem. Both the html and CSS validates ok except for warnings about color and background color set to the same. Maybe its something to do with that?
Thanks carriehomer I am not using inline styles and internal styles. I have corrected a few instances where color and background-color were the same and the ul works correctly in MSIE9 bullets shown but not in the other browsers. Safari is so slow cannot use.
I have removed a number of declaration for color and background color as most of these are set in the body statement. However in removing most of the unnecssary declarations of color and background color one of which must have influenced matters as the bullets that are visible only in IE9 disappeared. Lytebox.css lists dozens of errors that are not of my making. So stil trying to move from Frontpage 2002 (no problems) to CSS styled websites I am at present stumped. My website