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Darrel Lyons2,991 Points
Organised List: (1,2,3,4)
<ol> <li>List Item 1</li> <li>List Item 2</li> <li>List Item 3</li> </ol>
Unorganized List: (Bullet Points)
<ul> <li>List Item 1</li> <li>List Item 2</li> <li>List Item 3</li> </ul>
Don Shipley19,488 Points
on an unordered list <ul> <li> </li> <li> </li> <ul>
On an ordered list <ol> <li> </li> <li> </li> </ol>
Carson Clark2,159 Points
First, you ALWAYS start with either the
<ol></ol> tags or the
<ul></ul> depending on which list you'd like to create. Inside of those tags, is the
<li></li> tags, where you actually put the text/image you're listing.
"ol" stands for ordered list, which means that there will be numbers before each list item. Ex:
1.Cars 2.Boats 3.Trucks
"ul" stands for unordered lists. In other words, there will be only bullet points beside each list item. Ex:
.Cars .Boats .Trucks