More than one <ul>

Hi, on this page:

The section starting here: Set up an Auto-Ship Meal Program and have us send you meals weekly...

Is a list. But you don't see that, because it is styled as li{list-style:none;}

If I take that away, it breaks the upper navigation. If I make it{list-style:none;}, it breaks it, too.

I'm a little stuck on what to do here, to make most lists have bullets, but not the navigation.  Thanks.
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William FulksSystems Analyst & WebmasterCommented:
You just need to make a new class in your CSS file to define how that list looks. Otherwise, you're trying to pull two different formats out of the same class. That's your problem.
Chris StanyonWebDevCommented:
Remove the catch all styling:


And then add this:

nav li { list-style:none; }

This way, most lists will have bullets, but a list inside the <nav> tag won't

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