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HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML & CSS by Patrick Griffiths

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Chapter 6. Lists

LISTS MIGHT NOT seem like that big a deal. Now and then they may pop up in your content, and you certainly need to take control of them, but even if your content is primarily made up of paragraphs and pictures lists should usually make their way onto a page because they are the best way to structure navigation.

Figure 6.1. The illustrations in this chapter are taken from Digital Web Magazine (digital-web.com).

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Structuring Lists

You should find that pretty much any list will fit into one of the three types available to you: an unordered list, an ordered list, or a definition list.

Figure 6.2. Straightforward unordered (top) and ...

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