Ordered and unordered lists are heavily used in most websites. It’s not just for bullet-points and numbers… they are also used in creating horizontal navbars and long collections of objects (like a list of pictures of items for sale). They often take the place of tables as the method of choice for displaying structured content.
- What is the basic list syntax?
- How do you nest lists inside each other?
- Read Shay Howe on Lists (including CSS)
- Browse HTMLGoodies’ rapid fire guide to different list types
- Glance over the HTML docs on lists… you’ll probably see them again when you’re Googling for a problem!
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- Did you try everything you could?
- Did you read the documentation?
- Did you Google for it?
- Did you post your question on Slack/Forum?
- Did you ask your fellow students for help?
- Did you ask your Mentors for help?
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- Did you ask your Instructor for help?