Basics of HTML

  1. Terms and Definitions
  2. Principles of WEB 2.0
  3. The structure of the HTML-document
  4. Main metatags
  5. Formatting Text HTML
  6. Lists html-page
  7. Text fixed format
  8. Selected text html-page
  9. Change font options
  10. Graphics html-page
  11. Tables html-page
  12. Hyperlinks
  14. Frames


  1. What is CSS
  2. CSS syntax
  3. Style classes
  4. Combined styles
  5. CSS table
  6. CSS cascading rules
  7. Recommendations applying styles
  8. Font options
  9. Line breaks, vertical alignment
  10. Background settings
  11. Parameters of the paragraph
  12. List options
  13. The parameters of the cursor
  14. Options indentation
  15. Parameters frame
  16. Parameters selection
  17. Display options
  18. Containers


Lists html-page

In this tutorial, get acquainted with the text formatting as list.

The main purpose of the lists - the creation of a list of any positions. Lists are made up of points, which may be numbered or unnumbered.

A numbered list is called numbered. Numbered lists are used in cases where its position should follow in strict order.

Unnumbered list called marked. Bulleted lists are used for a simple transfer of the positions when their sequence is not important.

The browser displays a list of indented on the left and the distance between the list items less than paragraphs or titles.

For registration lists use the following tags:

Lists can be placed into each other. Such lists are called nested lists. The nesting level is not regulated. Nested lists can include both bulleted and numbered lists.

Lists and paragraphs are block html-page elements like paragraphs and headings.

EXAMPLE bullet:

Example numbered list:

EXAMPLE nested list:

		<li> banana;;
Example definition list::

   <dd>The science of the world around us 
   <dd>The science of matter

See examples in the browser..

Attributes lists

Type marker:

<UL type="circle">
<UL type="disc">
<UL type="square">

Numbering Type:

<OL type="1"> - Arabic numerals (1,2,3..);
<OL type="A"> - the capital letters (A,B,C..);
<OL type="a"> - lowercase letters (a,b,c..);
<OL type="I"> - lowercase roman numerals (I,II,III..);
<OL type="i"> - lower case Roman numerals.

<LI skip="4"> 

Attribute skip specifies skips the numbering of items (in this case 4).

<OL type="A" start="3">

Attribute start indicates the beginning of a new numbering (in this case the numbering will start from the third letter of the alphabet - C and continued further in alphabetical order).