Lists

You will now create an unordered list to emphasis the strengths of this company. Your unordered list will look like the following:

Place your cursor after the </P> tag, which ends your paragraph, then press the enter key to start a new line. There are three types of list. An ordered list is used when you want to place the numbers 1, 2, 3, etc. in front of your list. An unordered list, which is what you will use for the list above, places bullets in front of each item. The third type of list is the definition list which is a list of terms, each followed by a definition line, usually indented slightly to the right. The following codes are how the HTML should be placed in your document.

For an ordered list:

<OL>

<LI>

<LI>

<LI>

</OL>

For an unordered list:

<UL>

<LI>

<LI>

<LI>

</UL>

For a definition list:

<DL>

<DT>

<DT>

<DT>

</DL>

Open your document in Notepad, if its not already open, and add the HTML code for an unordered list to your document. Add the four items listed above. Make sure you enter the capital I, not the number 1 when inserting your HTML code. Save your file then reload it in your browser.

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