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XHTML Tutorial - Un-ordered List "ul" Tag/Element
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What Is a "ul" Tag/Element?
A "ul" element is block level element that can be used to define
an un-ordered list, where items are displayed with leading bullets.
Here are basic rules about "ul" elements:
- "ul" elements are block level elements.
- "ul" elements can not have text contents.
- An "ul" element must have one or more "li" elements as sub-elements.
- Each "li" element will be displayed by browsers as a paragraph
with a leading bullet.
Below is a good tutorial example of "ul" elements:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
<li>The best advice is this: Don't take advice
and don't give advice.</li>
<li>Attitude is a little thing that makes
a big difference.</li>
<li>When dealing with people, remember you are
not dealing with creatures of logic,
but creatures of emotion.</li>
If you save the above document as unordered_list.html, and view it with
Internet Explorer, you will see a list of items with leading bullets
as shown below:
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- What Are List Elements?
- What Is an "ol" Tag/Element?
- What Is a "li" Tag/Element?
- Can Multiple Paragraphs Be Included in a List Item?
- What Is a "ul" Tag/Element?
- What Is a "dl" Tag/Element?
- Can List Elements Be Nested?
- How To Use Different Markers on Ordered List Items?
- How To Use Different Markers on Unordered List Items?