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Order list.

Add the following items to the order list "Stop", "Drop" and "Roll". I am stuck in this question, I reviewed the video x 3 and it doesn't talk about this.

8 Answers

''' <ol> <li>Stop</li> <li>Drop</li> <li>Roll</li> </ol> ''' If this prints the code this is what the ordered list looks like

Callum King
Callum King
6,470 Points

Those are the list items <li> that you need to add individually to your ordered list, like below.

  1. Stop
  2. Drop
  3. Roll
Dennis Castillo
Dennis Castillo
16,018 Points

watch again the video and focus/listen about order list tag and list item tag.... Good luck... :)

One more time '''html <p> <ol> <li>Stop</li> <li>Drop</li> <li>Roll</li> </ol> </p> Maybe it will work this time. <ol> and </ol> means an ordered list -- the list item go between them <li>item</li>

Sorry i don't know how to get this thing to print code Here is an address to look at http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_lists.asp


  1. Stop
  2. Drop
  3. Roll ''' Sorry but I have to try one more time

Here is what I Got. The first item is to create an order list: <ol> <li>one</li> <li>two</li> <li>three</li> </ol>

Then after submitting this the next question is:Add the following items to the order list "Stop", "Drop" and "Roll" I did: <li>one</li> <li>two</li> <li>three</li> <li>stop</li> <li>drop</li> <li>roll</li> </ol> The reply was stop should be the first item: Then I did the following: <ol> <li>stop</li> <li>drop</li> <li>roll</li> </ol>

Same reply.

Thank you guys.

oops, I didn't know we cannot write code in this forum.