CoderZone Sandbox: HTML Lists: Ordered & Unordered
HTML lists are useful calling attention to a series of items. Standatd HTML allows for two basic kinds of lists, Ordered & Unordered. List elements can be shown in a variety of formats and can be enhanced to uses images or other characters as the bullet points instead of the standard numbering or bullets. Lists may be nested as needed to show, for example, sections and subsections of a document. Note that in the nested list example, the OL type has been set to "a", causing the second (nested) list to use characters instead of numbers. You can use numbers, letters, and Roman numerals for list elements, and the numbering or start position can be set with the start parameter. as seen in the last example.
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