This page contains various HTML list codes - HTML codes for creating ordered and unordered lists.
Feel free to copy/paste these list codes into your own website or MySpace page.
Create Your Own HTML List
You can use this HTML editor to create your own ordered or unordered list. Simply add your list items, then click one of the buttons. To view the source code, click the "Source" button.
This editor only creates basic HTML lists. See below for more on what you can do with HTML lists.
An unordered list is an unnumbered list. Unordered lists simply have a plain (or not so plain) bullet point for each item in the list. As the name suggests, unordered lists are not ordered - whether by number, letter, or any other ordering system.
Here's an example of an unordered list:
Ordered lists are ordered by an ordering system (eg, numbers, letters, etc).
Definition lists are similar to other lists but in a definition list, each list item contains two or more entries; a term and at least one description.
Definition lists are created using the HTML
<dl> tag (to define the list) combined with the
<dt> tag (to define each term in the list) and the
<dd> (to define the description, definition, or value of the term).
Here are two examples of
- Example 1: Contains a list of terms and their definitions.
- Example 2: Here, a term is linked to three values.
HTML5 has introduced a
<menu> for defining a menu list. Menu lists are intended to specify a list of commands.
More List Examples
To see what else you can do with HTML lists, check out these HTML list examples.