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Chapter 11. Working with Lists

Only paragraphs and headings are used more frequently on the Web than lists. Lists, especially bulleted lists, are everywhere on the Web. The most common use for a bulleted list, for instance, is to present hypertext links. If you're like me, you've spent lots of time on the Web just jumping from one list of links to another. If you want to get serious about Web publishing, in other words, you've got to learn about making lists!

In HTML, the UL (Unordered List) and OL (Ordered List) elements, when combined with the LI (List Item) element, enable you to specify a list of bulleted or numbered items. A third kind of list, a glossary list, can also be created using the DL (Definition List) element. This chapter covers the following:


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