There are basically three different types of lists provided by HTML:
- Ordered List
- Unordered List
- Description list
There are several ways to design these three types of lists with CSS. It could be numeric, round, square, alphanumeric or maybe even non-existent. It can also make a choice whether to align a list horizontally or vertically with the help of CSS.
The task of this article is to create an unordered list without any bullets using CSS.
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