Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Unordered lists, part of HTML Essential Training.
Lists are incredibly useful ways of organizing content.…HTML gives us there different types of lists to use based on…how our content needs to be organized and grouped together.…In our first exercise in this chapter,…we're going to create what's known as a unordered list.…So to work on this,…I've opened up the unordered.htm file found in the 06_01 directory.…And as you can see,…we have just some elements on the page that don't have any formatting at all.…And this is what we're going to create an unordered list around.…
Now, if you've been paying attention in the previous chapters,…there've been files that we've had lists inside of them.…We just really haven't gone over the syntax yet.…So more than likely you've seen them and…gotten a little familiar with them even before we start this exercise.…Well anytime that you want a list,…the first thing that you're going to do is your going to need a parent list tag.…And that parent tag is going to describe what type of…list it is that's going to follow.…So since we're going to do an unordered list, we need to have a ul or…
- Why is HTML important?
- Exploring an HTML document
- Formatting content
- Displaying images
- Using nav, article, and div elements
- Linking to pages and downloadable content
- Creating lists
- Controlling styling (fonts, colors, and more)
- Writing basic scripts
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing HTML
2. Basic Page Structure
3. Formatting Page Content
4. Structuring Content
5. Creating Links
6. Creating Lists
7. Controlling Styling
8. Basic Scripting
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