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    heres my code i keep getting a small red dot almost like an enlarged period next to my image (bottom left hand side). Let me know if one of you figures out why.

    thanks

    Code:
    body{
    overflow:auto;
    }
    #centeredimage {
    z-index: -999;
    min-height: 10%;
    min-width: 350px;
    width: 10%;
    height: auto;
    position: absolute;
    top: 20%;
    left: 37%;
    }
      
    </style>
    </head>
    <body bgcolor="#000000" text="#800000" link="#800000" vlink="#800000">
    <div style="text-align: center">
    <div id="centeredimage">
    <ul>
        <li><a href="http://ambergremlin.com/SWToRSite.html"><img src="sithlogo.gif" alt=" Welcome to the Dark Side" /></a>
        <a href="http://ambergremlin.com/SWToRSite.html"><p> Welcome to the Dark Side </p></a></li>
    
    </div>
    </div>
    
    </body>
    </html>

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    It's really hard to tell if you don't give us a page.
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    there is nothing in the code that would cause that.

    what brower(s) does this appear in ? please provide a link to the page or a screenshot.

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    It appears in the most updated version of firefox and internet explorer, haven't checked any other browsers.

    Sorry, the link is:
    www.ambergremlin.com/EnterSWToRSite.html

    Thanks

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    Do list-style-type: none; instead of list-style-type: disc; in the CSS.
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    I'm Sorry, i am very new to coding, have just started recently. Is there any chance you could be a little more specific on where to put the list-style-type: none; in the CSS.
    Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon33, post: 222445
    I'm Sorry, i am very new to coding, have just started recently. Is there any chance you could be a little more specific on where to put the list-style-type: none; in the CSS.
    Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you.
    No worries!
    In the <style> tag, under the 'body' CSS, add this code:
    #centeredimage li { list-style-type: none}

    What's going on is that your image is in a list, similar to this one:
    • this
    • is
    • an
    • un-ordered '<ul>'
    • list

    and it has dots preceding each item on the list. The way to turn those dots off is to add "list-style-type: none" to the <li> tag.
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    Actually the list-style-type is defined in this case by the browser, and does not apply to the <li> tag, it referes to "ul, menu, dir". You can reset it by putting
    ul, menu, dir { list-style-type: none} at the very beginning of your CSS file.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 222450
    Actually the list-style-type is defined in this case by the browser, and does not apply to the <li> tag, it referes to "ul, menu, dir". You can reset it by putting
    ul, menu, dir { list-style-type: none} at the very beginning of your CSS file.
    I'm not familiar with ul, menu, dir... Are they elements?
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Dolidze, post: 222451
    I'm not familiar with ul, menu, dir... Are they elements?
    I right-clicked on the dot, went inspect element and changed the CSS until I found the one that was responsible - beyond that I plead "iggerance".
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