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Chapter 13. THE CLASSIFICATION FAMILY OF... > The LIST-STYLE-TYPE Property

The LIST-STYLE-TYPE Property

The LIST-STYLE-TYPE property is one of a sub-family of list properties, including LIST-STYLE-IMAGE, LIST-STYLE-POSITION and LIST-STYLE, that are designed to alter the way the list marker at the beginning of a list element appears. Normally, when you create an unordered list ("<UL>"), a simple black circle precedes every list element ("<LI>") in the list. If you create an ordered list ("<OL>"), each list element is preceded by a number. The LIST-STYLE-TYPE property provides the Web author with greater flexibility in setting the type of list marker that appears before a list element, ranging from different types of "dots" to upper-or lower-case roman numerals.

LIST-STYLE-TYPE

Description: This property sets the type of list-markers that appear before list items.


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