ORDERED LISTS

by Florence W Deems

EXAMPLES:

Here's an example of an Ordered List. First is the default, or numbered list:

  1. Apples
  2. Peaches
  3. Grapes
  4. Bananas

Note: the list will be single-spaced, unless you use two (or more) line-break tags (<br>) after each </li> tag.



This list, type="A" - shows the items with upper case letters:

  1. Apples
  2. Peaches
  3. Grapes
  4. Bananas



List type="a" has lower case letters:

  1. Apples
  2. Peaches
  3. Grapes
  4. Bananas



Bored, yet? Well, sometimes people like to use Roman numerals: List type="I" (capital i)

  1. Apples
  2. Peaches
  3. Grapes
  4. Bananas



Ok, here's one last variation, lower case Roman numerals: List type="i"

  1. Apples
  2. Peaches
  3. Grapes
  4. Bananas



You can also stack lists within lists. Ordered lists make good ones to use for outlines for reports:

    TYPES OF FRUITS

  1. Apples
    1. Macinosh
    2. Red Delicious
    3. Golden Delicious
    4. Gala
    5. Granny Smith
  2. Peaches
    1. Cling
      1. White
      2. Yellow
    2. Freestone
      1. White
      2. Yellow
  3. Grapes
    1. Green
    2. Red
  4. Bananas

Glossary ~ Definition Lists ~ Directory Lists
Ordered Lists ~ Unordered Lists
List Play ~ Tom's Nested Lists



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