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HTML Tutorial

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Ordered and Unordered Lists

  • Lists commonly used when we have a set of items with common concept. 
  • Like in word processor, we can apply ordered lists or unordered lists.
  • Ordered lists are those which display numbering for their items.
  • Unordered lists are those who display bullets instead of numbers.

Following is an example where we use ordered and unordered lists:

<title>My Learning Plan </title>
<h1>Hi, I'm learning HTML. </h1>
<p>I will use it for <i>developing web pages </i>.  <br>
It is very easy and simple. </p>
<hr />
<!-- Here I will list my training plan for this year -->
<p>This is <em>part of my learning plan for this year </em>.  <u>Which <br>
will include: </u>
<li>Html </li>
<li>JavaScript </li>
<li>And the Java Programming Language </li>
<li>Microsoft Windows Server </li>
<p>While in the next year the plan will be: <p>
<li>C++ </li>
<li>JQuery </li>
<li>Microsoft SQL Database </li>
<li>Oracle Database </li>
<li>Microsoft Access Database </li>
<li>Linux </li>

The result will be:

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