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3.2. Lists

Lists organize the everyday information of our lives: to-do lists, grocery lists, top ten lists, and so on. On Web pages, lists are indispensable for presenting groups of items such as links, company services or employees, or a series of instructions.

HTML offers formatting options for three basic categories of lists (see Figure 3-4). The two most common types of lists are bulleted (called unordered lists in the HTML language) and numbered lists (called ordered in HTML). The third and lesser-known list type, a definition list, comes in handy for creating glossaries or dictionary-like entries.


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