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Is there a way to use CSS to format my XML file so that it creates an unordered list when it opens in a browser?

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Here is a snippet of the part of the XML file that I'm trying to format as an unordered list: Session 1-1 Quick Check Define the term ‘extensible.’ How does the concept of extensibility relate to XML? What is SGML and why was SGML not used for authoring pages on the World Wide Web?
do you mean this ? listtype2 { display:list-item ; list-style:disc; } try learning XSLT I think It will help a lot Good Luck :)
Thanks. I had figured it out a little bit after posting. I had mistyped the list-style property in my CSS file, so it wasn't displaying the bullet. lol Why is it always the simplest stuff that we miss? I swear I looked over my CSS five or six times and never saw that error. Thanks anyways. You get a medal! As for XSLT, I am learning it. Good advice.

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