This page is a set of examples of basic HTML lists. I set it up as part of a reference set for myself to help me design pages on my home server. Since this is just a reference for lists, there is no formatting other than line breaks and a couple navigation links at the bottom to advance, go back to the previous page, or return to the main HTML reference page. Feel free to look at the HTML source and enclosed comments as a learning tool. HTML is pretty easy to learn just by looking at decently documented source material.
The first two lists, ordered and unodered lists are an indented series of items that each appear on a separate line.
An unordered list is a list in which each list item has a bullet point.
In an ordered list, each list item has a number beside it.
A definition list is set up to provide a dictionary-style listing. It consists of a definition term and definition data. The term will be listed and the data will be below the term tabbed, just like definitions appear in a dictionary.
You can nest lists, too.
This concludes the example of basic HTML lists.
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