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UnOrdered Lists

UnOrdered lists are also referred to as Bulleted Lists. UnOrdered lists can be defined using <UL> ... </UL> tags. The tag <UL> indicates the start of a bulleted list while </UL> indicates the end of the bulleted list.

Attributes of <UL> .. </UL>

Type:

This attribute indicates the type of bullet to be used. This possibly takes the values such as "square", "circle" or "fillround".

<LI> ... </LI> :



         These tags are used within <UL> ... </UL>. Each bulleted item is enclosed with in the tags <LI> ... </LI>.

Example:

<UL type="square">

                 <LI> UnOrdered list item 1 </LI>

                 <LI> UnOrdered list item 2 </LI>

                 <LI> UnOrdered list item 3 </LI>

             </UL>

             This unordered list will be displayed as
  • Ordered list item 1
  • Ordered list item 2
  • Ordered list item 3

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