HTML and CSS Reference
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Function Defines an unordered list
class, compact , dir, id, lang, onClick,
onDblClick, onKeyDown, onKeyPress, onKeyUp,
onMouseDown, onMouseMove, onMouseOut,
onMouseOver, onMouseUp, style, title, type
End tag
</ul> ; never omitted
Used in
Typically, the browser adds a leading bullet character and formats each
unordered list item on a new line, indented somewhat from the left mar-
gin of the document. The actual rendering of unordered lists, although
similar for the popular browsers (see Figure 7-1 ), is not dictated by the
standards, so you shouldn't get bent out of shape trying to attain exact
positioning of the elements.
Here is an example XHTML unordered list, as shown in Figure 7-1 :
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