morpheusco pro asked 6 years ago


Hola Deseo crear una lista desordenada, que aparezca con viñetas simples. También listas ordenadas con números simples. cuando aplico ul>li no me aplica viñetas. ¿Necesito una clase para esto? ¿Dónde encuentro la documentación para etiquetas simples como esta para MDB 3 ? Saludos y gracias. Test
  • uno
  • dos
Test 2
  1. uno
  2. dos
================traduction Hello I want to create an unordered list , which appears simple vignettes. maybe also a ordered list with a numbers. when I apply ul> li does not apply bullets . Do I need a class for this? Where can I find documentation for simple tags like this for MDB 3 ? Greetings and thanks.

Sebastian C pro answered 5 years ago


I'm late to the party, but check out:
  • http://mdbootstrap.com/forums/topic/add-to-docs-bullet-lists/
  • http://fontawesome.io/examples/ (List Icons)

Michal Szymanski staff answered 6 years ago


Hi Morpheusco, you're probably right, although according to my experience in web development definitely more often than styled list you need unstyled. That's why from default the unordered list is unstyled in MDB. There isn't any additional documentation for lists, because apart form the question we already talking about, there is nothing more you can write about the lists. Tell me (or show me the link with an example) the result you want to achieve and I'll help you to make it. Regards

morpheusco pro answered 6 years ago


Hi Michal . It's simple, if I want unsortered lists only I create HTML ul> li what I would get for example HTML editors , an end user does not have to know CSS and on the other hand is not clear need about writing a when a css defaults and did his job well . That is, having to create css to leave them by default on writing styles that were already implemented is unclear . I understand that it can be product or Bootstrap MD but if so , no way , the way you mention will be the solution , but you see, it is not very logical. Additional documentation classes for lists? if so , where is the link ? Thanks for your time. From Colombia.

Michal Szymanski staff answered 6 years ago


Hi, you have to define in your custom css code list-style-type. For example:
ul li {
        list-style-type: circle
    }
What exactly do you mean by "simple tags" ? Regards

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