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Microsoft® Expression® Web Step by Step by Chris Leeds

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Using Lists to Group Information

Among the essential tags for laying out information on a Web page are lists. There are three basic types of list, as shown in the following table.

List type

Tag

Purpose

Ordered list

<ol>

Numbered items

Unordered list

<ul>

Bulleted items

Definition list

<dl>

Term and definition arrangement

In this exercise, you will learn to insert all three types of lists and arrange information within them.

Note

USE the CH4 sample site. This site is located in the Documents\Microsoft Press\Expression Web SBS\Sample Sites folder.

OPEN the CH4 site and display the about_me page.

  1. In the Design pane, set the cursor immediately after Heading 2, and press to create a new paragraph. Type Benefits as a title for the list that will follow. Press to create ...

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