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Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS5 Bible by Joseph W. Lowery

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Chapter 14. Creating Lists

IN THIS CHAPTER

  • Bulleting your points

  • Dreamweaver Technique: Adding Unordered Lists

  • Using a numbered list

  • Dreamweaver Technique: Inserting Ordered Lists

  • Applying CSS to lists

  • Dreamweaver Technique: Applying Definition Lists

  • Building a glossary

  • Inserting menu and directory lists

Lists serve several different functions in all publications, including Web pages. A bulleted list can itemize a topic's points or catalog the properties of an object. A numbered list is helpful for giving step-by-step instructions. From a page designer's point of view, a list can break up the page and simultaneously draw the viewer's eye to key details.

Lists are an important alternative to the basic textual tools of paragraphs and headings. In this chapter, you study Dreamweaver's tools for designing and working with each of the three basic types of lists available in HTML:

  • Unordered lists

  • Ordered lists

  • Definition lists

The various list types can also be combined to create outlines. Dreamweaver supplies a straightforward method for building these nested lists.

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