different bulletpoints

Posted on 2011-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
is there a way to do

<div 1>
ul list style with a picture
<div 2>
ul list style circle
</div> end of div2
</div> end of div1

should I use id or class
Question by:rgb192
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ID: 34972623
Here's a good example to replace a style, say square, with an image. From there you can incorporate that into your design so when you code the UL, set the one you want the image to replace as a square, and set the other UL as the circle style.

W3 CSS UL Image

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ID: 34973113
i want one ul style nested in another ul style

<div 1>
ul list style with a picture
<div 2>
ul list style circle
</div> end of div2
</div> end of div1

I cant find that in the link
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SSupreme earned 500 total points
ID: 34974052
Add any div to this markup and it should be fine:
<style type="text/css">
ul.b {list-style-type:circle;}
ul.a {list-style-image: url(;}
<ul class="a">
  <li>Coca Cola</li>
<ul class="b">
  <li>Coca Cola</li>

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