HTML and CSS Reference
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Organizing Information
with Lists
In the previous lesson, you learned about the basic elements that make
up a web page. This lesson introduces lists, which, unlike the other tags
that have been discussed thus far, are composed of multiple tags that
work together. As you'll see, lists come in a variety of types, and can be
used not only for traditional purposes, like shopping lists or bulleted lists,
but also for creating outlines or even navigation for websites. In this les-
son, you'll learn the following:
How to create numbered lists
How to create bulleted lists
How to create definition lists
The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) properties associated with lists
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