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Issue № 151

CSS Design: Taming Lists

by Mark Newhouse · 181 Comments

Do you crave the disciplined order of proper (X)HTML lists but long for control over their presentation? You can put a stop to their wild ways and bad behavior. Mark Newhouse shows you how to tame those lists by making them submit to your CSS while maintaining logical HTML structure.

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