HTML Tutorial

Lists

HTML provides a way to create both an ordered list (with elements counting up, 1, 2, 3...) and an unordered list with bullets instead of numbers. Lists are a good way to formalize a list of items and let the HTML styling do the work for you.

Ordered lists

Here is an example of how to create an ordered list:

The basic elements of an HTML page are:
  • A text header, denoted using the <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, <h4>, <h5>, <h6> tags.
  • A paragraph, denoted using the <p> tag.
  • A horizontal ruler, denoted using the <hr> tag.
  • A link, denoted using the <a> (anchor) tag.
  • A list, denoted using the <ul> (unordered list), <ol> (ordered list) and <li> (list element) tags.
  • An image, denoted using the <img> tag
  • A divider, denoted using the <div> tag
  • A text span, denoted using the <span> tag