There are lots of occasions when we need to use lists. HTML provides us with three different types:
The ordered list is created with the <ol> element.
Each item in the list is placed between an opening <li> tag and a closing </li> tag. (The li stands for list item.)
Browsers indent lists by default.
Sometimes you may see a type attribute used with the <ol> element to specify the type of bullet point (circles, squares, diamonds and so on). It is better to use the CSS list-style-type property covered on pages 333-335.
The unordered list is created with ...