|Home | Web Design Tutorials | Free Graphics | Newsletter | Products | Specials | SEO | Sound Effects | Member Perks | Member Login|
HTML List Item Tutorial
Browser SupportThe list item tag defines a list item for ordered and unordered lists.
An ordered list is one where each item is preceded by an alphanumeric indicator. An unordered list is where each item is preceded by a bullet character.
Here's is a simple example of an ordered and an unordered list:
Here is the code for those two lists:
<ol> <li>Item One</li> <li>Item Two</li> <li>Item Three</li> </ol>
<ul> <li>Item One</li> <li>Item Two</li> <li>Item Three</li> </ul>
Using CSS you can change the list markers for both ordered lists and unordered lists. I have a tutorial showing how linked up below.
Based on your interest in this tutorial you may also be interested in:
This concludes the HTML List Item Tutorial.
Check out SEO for YOU now!
Almost a NewsletterSubscribe today for exclusive website design tutorials and grab some free gifts to boot! Learn more, or subcribe below:
Did you know...The member's site has about 100 standards compliant HTML and CSS tutorials, 31 handy reference charts, reprintable content, web graphics, exclusive fonts, free software, free ebooks and more? All this for less than 9 cents a day! [ Details ]
Home | Web Design Tutorials | Free Graphics | Newsletter | Products | Specials | SEO | Sound Effects