Creating basic lists


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Creating basic lists

>> Lists are another element in HTML that add structure to your text and provide information on how pieces of information relate to each other. They can be incredibly important to screen reader users. When a list is marked up correctly, many screen readers will announce when it comes to the list and say how many items are in the list. The user can then decide whether to skip over the list or not. If text is only given the appearance of being in a list, but not actually marked up as one in the HTML, the user will not be told when the list starts and will have no idea how much longer they have to sit through the reading of the list.

If you're following along with the exercise files, open visitors.html in Dreamweaver. It's located in the 04_10 folder of the chapter four exercise files. In design view, scroll down the page to the events section. There's currently a block of text that is made to look like a list but has not actually been marked up as one. The three items under the s...

Creating basic lists
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