HTML: Lists (Part 1)
An Ordered List
Using an ordered list can be useful when you have information to convey in a numbered format. An advantage of using a list is that it is possible to add or delete a list element without worrying about the numbering.
You begin an ordered list with the tag <OL> (for "ordered list"), and you conclude the list with </OL>. Each list element begins with <LI> (for "list element").
Here's an example of an ordered list:
<u>The Top 5 Dogs I'd Like To Have</u>
Try these links on Lists:
or check out one of our reference books, or look for other help on the Web.
Work on either 1) your web page, or 2) the eEverything.com page. Add a nested list, either ordered or unordered. Have at least three elements in the outer list and at least two elements in each inner list.
If you work on eEverything.com, the outer list could be "Leather Moccasins," "the new CD by Taylor Perry" and "REI Backpacks." For the inner list for each item, give a price, whether or not this is a sale price (you decide) and an enthusiastic blurb (that you make up) about why the viewer should buy this item.