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4.2 Incorporating Lists in Web pages

You can create plain, numbered or bulleted lists.  You can as well nest one list into another.  All lists are formed by code that specifies what sort of list you want to create, UL for Unordered List and DL for Unordered List and DL for definition lists. 4.2.1. Ordered  Lists To Create Ordered List: Type


4.1 Introduction to HTML Advanced Tags

The HTML specification contains special codes for incorporating Lists, Tables and to get Input from the user using Forms.  Lists and Tables are handy display elements that can be used to display information in a structured manner.  You can use forms with its text, text-field, check-boxes, radio-buttons, password boxes, text area and button elements to


HTML Advanced Display Features and Forms Objective

At the end of this lesson you will be able to: Use Ordered and Unordered lists in your Web page. Distinguish between Ordered lists, Unordered lists and Definition lists. Display information in Tabular form. List the various Form Elements. Use various frame elements to create a form to get user information. Divide the Web page


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