Given an unordered lists (UL) of bullets, we need to change the color of the bullets in the list using CSS.
Note: It is not allowed to use any images or span tags.
First of all, there is not direct way in CSS by which we can change the color of the bullets in an unordered list. However, to change the color of the bullets in an unordered list using CSS, we will have to first discard the default list-style and manually define the content that comes before each list item of the list.
This content is the Unicode of the kind of bullet that you want to use for your list. The Unicode characters for different bullet styles are as follows:
Below is a sample CSS code that removes the default style from an Unordered List in HTML and use unicodes:
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