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HTML Lists

HTML provides three types of lists: ordered lists, unordered lists, and definition lists. HTML lists are used to group related items in a web page. There are two types of HTML lists: ordered and unordered. Ordered lists use numbers or letters to indicate the order of the items, while unordered lists use bullets or other symbols. Here are some examples of each type:

 

Ordered Lists

Ordered lists are used to list items in a numbered or lettered sequence. Here's an example:


<ol>
 <li>First item</li>
 <li>Second item</li>
 <li>Third item</li>
</ol>


This code creates an ordered list with three items, each numbered 1-3. You can use the type attribute to specify a different numbering format (such as letters, Roman numerals, or custom symbols). For example:


<ol type="A">
 <li>First item</li>
 <li>Second item</li>
 <li>Third item</li>
</ol>


This code creates an ordered list with uppercase letters (A-C) instead of numbers.

 

Unordered Lists

Unordered lists are used to list items with bullet points or other symbols. Here's an example:


<ul>
 <li>First item</li>
 <li>Second item</li>
 <li>Third item</li>
</ul>


This code creates an unordered list with three items, each with a bullet point. You can use the type attribute to specify a different type of bullet or symbol. For example:


<ul type="square">
 <li>First item</li>
 <li>Second item</li>
 <li>Third item</li>
</ul>


This code creates an unordered list with square bullets.

 

Definition Lists

Definition lists are used to list items with definitions or descriptions. Here's an example:


<dl>
 <dt>Term 1</dt>
 <dd>Definition 1</dd>
 <dt>Term 2</dt>
 <dd>Definition 2</dd>
 <dt>Term 3</dt>
 <dd>Definition 3</dd>
</dl>


This code creates a definition list with three items. Each item consists of a term (specified with the <dt> tag) and a definition (specified with the <dd> tag).

These are just a few examples of how to use HTML lists. There are many other options and attributes available for customizing lists to fit your needs.