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Using Image Bullets on HTML ListsWhy would anyone want to use custom bullets for their lists?
<ul style="list-style-image: url(imageBullet.gif);"> <li>List item 1</li> <li>List item 2</li> </ul>Just change imageBullet.gif to the name and file type of the image you want to use as bullets, and include the path if the image is kept in a separate folder, and you're all set. For a visually appealing list, don't use images that are too large.
The second way is to just use a definition list (which doesn't use bullets) and use an image in front of the list item content. It's a little less official, but it works just the same. It goes like this, Mr. GiggleFinkle:
<dl> <dd><img src="checkmark.gif" width="26" height="14">List item text</dd> <dd><img src="checkmark.gif" width="26" height="14">List item text</dd> </dl>Hey, that's pretty easy, too! I'll bet you could have figured that out for yourself if you would have had a rubber duckie and a half a chance.
Hey #2, did you know we can learn a lot from a box of crayons? Each one is a different color but they all live together in harmony in the same box.
That doesn't seem so hard.
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