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HTML DL Tag Tutorial
Browser SupportThe dl tag (definition list) is the only HTML list that doesn't involved bullets or alphanumeric markers.
A definition list has two elements in addition to the <dl> element. There's the <dt> element (definition term) to be defined; and the <dd> element (definition description) which provides the description for the definition term.
Here's a simple definition list for a few of my products. I've linked the definition term to the product page in case you want to learn more about it:
Neat looking list, eh? You can use CSS to give a definition list many different looks. Experiment until you find something you like, it's easy and fun!
Here's the code for that definition list:
<dl> <dt>Industrial Strength Link Building</dt> <dd>Description for Link Building Ebook</dd> <dt>SEO for YOU</dt> <dd>Description for the SEO Ebook</dd> <dt>Public Domain Profits</dt> <dd>Description for Public Domain Profits</dd> <dt>Free Reports Goldmine</dt> <dd>Description for Free Reports Goldmine</dd> </dl>Based on your interest in this tutorial you may also be interested in:
This concludes the HTML Definition List Tutorial.
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