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Bootstrap- have <li> dots on side nav, want to get rid of them

Posted on 2014-10-22
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Hi, on this site: mkmeals.com/responsive/

Please look at the left side navigation. I want to get rid of these:
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I'm not sure what I did wrong, and developer tools only tell me that the color comes from body.
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Add to the css, though something else must be adding them since Bootstrap clears them initially

ul {
list-style:none
}

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Thanks!
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by:mel200
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Took me  a while, but I found it. Thanks! I found that ul ol in bootstrapmin,css had no style except a margin. So in my custom stylesheet I put: .ulside {
    margin-bottom: 10px;
      list-style:none;
}

and renamed the unordered list for the side navigation: <ul class="navside2 nav-stacked2 ulside" id="sidebar">

And that worked. Thanks!
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