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  1. Hi there, I encountered a problem with a navigation menu that I was programming and I was hoping someone could help me on this one. The problem is relatively easy to describe: In the CSS nav bar tutorial on w3schools, there is an advanced example: http://www.w3schools...rtical_advanced Everything is fine with this example. In my case, I'd like to include the bullets in the navbar and I therefore change the ul tag to the following: ul{list-style-type:disc;list-style-position: inside;margin:0;padding:0;} Everything looks fine with Google Chrome, but in Firefox and IE, linebreaks appear after the bullets. How do I fix this? Thanks in advance.
  2. Quick question, can definition lists be styled with list-style-type? I am trying to get bullet points to display on the dt entries in my list but not the dd parts but I'm not having much luck. Any help would be much appreciated.
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