Cool Bullets Tips
How to create bullets in HTML and/or CSS with Dreamweaver
This article deals with how to use bullets in HTML or CSS with Dreamweaver (recommended). We can give images, shapes, alphabets, decimal and roman numerals properties to bullets by using the <ul> or <ol> tags, CSS Styles or tables.
This tutorial teaches you how to create bullets in HTML/CSS using Dreamweaver and thus assumes you are familiar with some design software, even if you are new to Adobe Dreamweaver. However be assured that our detailed instructions can be followed by even a total novice.You Are Here ::: Home >> Free Tutorials >> Dreamweaver Tutorials >> Cool Bullets Tips
To summarize, bullets can be displayed in the following ways:
- Setting the type attribute for the <ul> and <ol> tags.
- Using CSS styles by specifying a class attribute to the <ul> or <ol> tags. The bullet type can be either the regular HTML types or an image.
Setting the type attribute for the <ul> and <ol> tags
Using CSS styles by specifying a class attribute to the <ul> or <ol> tags
Create a CSS style called bullet by using the HTML code below or by using Dreamweaver.
Change the list-style-type property to get the different bullets and the image property to give an image as the bullet.
Tip: For creating lists in smaller width areas of your web page - use CSS to set margins to zero for the ul tag and give the image bullet as background for the li tags.
Adobe Dreamwever (Macromedia Dreamweaver prior to version 8). Please check out the compatible versions listed in the box below. Since this tutorial series covers the core functions of Dreamweaver to create bullets in HTML/CSS using Dreamweaver, mostly any version of these software should be fine.
Compatible Versions of Dreamweaver for this Tutorial
Note: The instructions in this tutorial are same across all Dreamweaver versions listed above; Screenshot images (if any) may differ. Recommended Version: Dreamweaver CS6