Making Lists

Dreamweaver creates three basic types of lists: ordered, unordered, and definition. An ordered list consists of list items that are ordered numerically or alphabetically. You have the option of using Arabic or Roman numerals as well as upper- or lowercase letters. Ordered lists are ideal for situations in which you need to clearly organize and label items, such as presenting a list of steps. An unordered list is often called a bulleted list because each list item has a bullet in front of it. The bullet symbol that Dreamweaver displays by default can be changed to a disc, a circle, or a square. Unordered lists are good for presenting information in which each item needs to be differentiated, but where labeling with numbers or letters ...

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