I have a Visualforce Component that has a un-ordered list. I want that list to have no style other then the indentation. Usually with HTML you would just specify the ul css to be list-style:none or list-style-type:none. It is not working for me for some reason. Can someone see what is going wrong here? Is it because I am using an in-line conditional style statement?

** I should also note that the component is being referenced in a visualforce email template. I think this might be the cause of the issue.**

I have tried:

  • giving the ul a class and specifying in the style tag
  • giving the ul an id and specifying in the style tag
  • directly calling the ul in the style tag
  • adding to the li inline style editing
  • adding inline style directly to the ul tag
<style type="text/css">
p { font-size: 15px; font-family: "Arial", Times, serif; color: #141516;}
#title {text-decoration: underline;}
.center {text-align: center;}
.displayinline{display: inline-block;}
.floatRight {float: right;}
.floatLeft {float: left;}
.requiredGuarantor {padding-bottom: -1;}
.ulist {list-style:none !important;}

<p><strong>Funding Conditions:</strong>
    <ul class="ulist">
       <li style="display: {!IF(cr.Credit_Stip1__c == null , 'none', 'block')}">{!cr.Credit_Stip1__c}</li>

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To remove the bullet, just use the "ul" and its class name as shown below.

ul.ulist {list-style-type: none;}

Here is an example

    <apex:page controller="listStyleCon">
ul.thelist {list-style-type: none;}
<apex:repeat value="{!accounts}" var="account">
<ul class="thelist">
        <li>{!account.Name} </li>

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