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Chapter 8. Lists > Creating Unordered Lists

Creating Unordered Lists

Unordered lists are probably the most widely used lists on the Web. Use them to list any series of items that have no particular order, such as hot Web sites or names.

To create unordered lists:

1.
Type the introductory text for the unordered list, if desired.

2.
Type < UL.

3.
If desired, typeTYPE=shape, where shape represents the kind of bullet that should be used with each list item. You may choose disc for a solid round bullet (the default for first level lists), circle for an empty round bullet (the default for second level lists), or square for square bullets (the default for third and subsequent level lists).

4.
Type > to finish the unordered list definition. Any text entered after the UL tag and before the first LI tag will appear with the same indentation as the first item in the list, but without a bullet.

5.
Type <LI.

6.
Type TYPE=shape, where shape represents the kind of bullet (disc, circle, or square) that should be used in this list item. You only need to specify the shape here if it differs from the one you've chosen in step 3.

7.
Type > to finish the list item definition.

8.
Type the text to be included in the list item.

9.
Repeat steps 5–7 for each list item.

10.
Type </UL> to complete the unordered list.

Figure 8.5. Notice that there is no TYPE specified for the third and fifth items. They will have the default bullet.


Figure 8.6. Notice that the third and fifth items are displayed with the default bullet (a disc).



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