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Chapter 5

Lists

Ah this chapter is easy. Just as the name implies, this section deals with creating lists for your page. There are three types of lists.
The ordered list
sets an order of numbered items
The unordered list
sets an order of items with bullets
and the Definition list
is useful explaining terms. This list of list types is a definition list. You specify the item name and the description goes on the line below with an indent.

The ordered list

To get an ordered list like this....
  1. Apples
  2. Pears
  3. Apricots
  4. Oranges
  5. Kiwi fruit
... all you do is type

<OL>

<LI>Apples
<LI>Pears
<LI>Apricots
<LI>Oranges
<LI>Kiwi fruit

</OL>

As you can see, the <LI> tag does not require a closing tag. The <OL> tag does. Instead of using numbers to list the items, you can use Roman numerals or letters, either upper or lower case, by using the type=x attribute in the <OL> tag. Where x can be any of the following :
  • A     Items denoted with capital letters
  • a     Items denoted with lower case letters
  • I      for large Roman numerals
  • i      for small Roman numerals
  • 1     which is the default and uses numbers like above

<OL type=1 start=5>

You can also use the start="x" attribute where x = the number the list will begin counting from.

The Unordered list

The unordered list uses the same format except we use the <UL> tag rather than the <OL> tag. The type attribute inside the <UL> tag supports the values disc (default) like above, circle for an empty circle and square for and empty square.

The definition list

As mentioned above the definition list is mainly used for explaining terms. First you type the opening and closing <DL> tags. In between these tags, first use the <DT> tag to define a term, then use the <DD> tag to describe it. Here is an example..

<DL>

<DT><FONT color=red>Apple</FONT> <DD> The fruit of a rosaceous tree having red yellow or green skin
<DT><FONT color=red>Pear</FONT><DD>A widely cultivated tree having white flowers and edible fruit
<DT><FONT color=red>Apricot</FONT> <DD>A tree native to Africa and W Asia yielding yellow juicy edible fruit resembling a small peach

</DL>

The effect

Apple
The fruit of a rosaceous tree having red yellow or green skin
Pear
A widely cultivated tree having white flowers and edible fruit
Apricot
A tree native to Africa and W Asia yielding yellow jacky edible fruit resembling a small peach
Finally , lists can be nested. That means you can place one list inside another. For example, each <LI> tag of your first list can have another set of <OL> tags after its word description.


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