Unordered Lists

Unordered lists are used to achieve a bulleted list effect. Here is an example of an unordered list:

Different browsers will display bullets differently. You cannot control that.

You can create nested lists; notice how they are indented:

Use \ often to compare the source code.

Notice that the nested lists were originally typed indented. This is not necessary, but it makes the HTML source easier to read and proof read.

Note also that for each nest you create it must begin with an Unordered List tag, and later must be turned off with the ending tag. Typing the lists already indented makes it easier to keep track of these beginning and ending tags. You just glance straight down the source page to find matching <ul> and </ul> tags.

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Last modified 1996/04/28 18:50:42GMT by helpdoc