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CSE 102 Introduction to Web Design and Programming XHTML: Lists & Hyperlinks
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As Usual, Open your References Tutorials: http://www.w3schools.com Tryit Editor: http://www.w3schools.com/html/tryit.asp?filename=tryhtml_basic Validator: http://validator.w3.org/
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Lists Block-level elements: Unordered list (bulleted): <ul> Ordered list (numbered): <ol> Both <ul> & <ol> have list items, <li>, for each element in a list Definition list: <dl> Each definition is specified by a definition description element, <dd> Lists are formed according to hierarchical nesting All list tags require opening & closing tags with proper nesting
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How would you get the following list? East Central West <ul> <li>East</li> <li>Central</li> <li>West</li> </ul>
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How would you get the following list? 1. Yankees 2. Red Sox 3. Orioles <ol> <li>Yankees</li> <li>Red Sox</li> <li>Orioles</li> </ol>
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How would you get the following list? East 1. Yankees 2. Red Sox 3. Orioles Central West <ul> <li>East <ol> <li>Yankees</li> <li>Red Sox</li> <li>Orioles</li> </ol> <li>Central</li> <li>West</li> </ul>
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How would you get the following list? Monday Read pgs 50 -100 pgs 170 – 200 Review Pgs 600-640 Pgs 680-700 Tuesday <ul> <li>Monday <ul> <li>Read <ul> <li>pgs 50 -100</li> <li>pgs 170 – 200</li> </ul></li> <li>Review <ul> <li>pgs 600-650</li> <li>pgs 680-700</li> </ul></li> </ul></li> <li>Tuesday</li> </ul>
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