HTML <UL ...>

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  • TYPE: type of bullets

<UL ...> creates an unordered list. The unordered part means that the items in the list are not in any particular order. <UL ...> works with <LI ...>. <UL ...> defines the list, <LI ...> defines each item in the list.

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Grocery list:
<UL>
<LI>potatoes
<LI>spinach
<LI>lollipops
</UL>
Grocery list:
  • potatoes
  • spinach
  • lollipops

<UL ...>s can be nested to produce lists within lists:

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<UL>
<LI>Marketing
<UL>
 <LI>Andy Hodges
 <LI>Trey Gregory
</UL>
<LI>Engineering
<UL>
 <LI>Karen Joslin
 <LI>Sheila Malone
 <LI>Karl Heinz
</UL>
</UL>
  • Marketing
    • Andy Hodges
    • Trey Gregory
  • Engineering
    • Karen Joslin
    • Sheila Malone
    • Karl Heinz

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