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    sematically correct: a few questions

    Quick question, because i'm only now starting to look into it and i have a few questions regarding using lists to position menu buttons as opposed to divs.

    • can you apply any css attribute to a list as you would a div? margin positioning, etc
    • How do you get rid of the <li> bullets?
    • can using lists interfere with previously functioning javascripts? (going from div to list)
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    This should give you some ideas about what's possible:
    http://css.maxdesign.com.au/listamat...izontal03.htm#

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    Quote Originally Posted by canadianjameson View Post
    Quick question, because i'm only now starting to look into it and i have a few questions regarding using lists to position menu buttons as opposed to divs.

    • can you apply any css attribute to a list as you would a div? margin positioning, etc
    • How do you get rid of the <li> bullets?
    • can using lists interfere with previously functioning javascripts? (going from div to list)
    • Yes. (it’s called “CSS property”, though)
    • list-style: none;
    • Only if the script is/was directly related to that element. Otherwise it shouldn’t.

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    Thank you both, I'll play around with this and get back to the thread with more questions
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