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May 03, 2021 16:00 HTML5
HTML5 labels are used to represent items in a list in a document, and in the following example, we used the labels in the ordered and out-of-order lists, respectively.
HTML two list examples: an ordered list (-lt;ol>) and a sequenceless table (?lt;ul?gt;):
<ol> <li>Coffee</li> <li>Tea</li> <li>Milk</li> </ol> <ul> <li>Coffee</li> <li>Tea</li> <li>Milk</li> </ul>
Most mainstream browsers currently support the hashtag.
The label defines the list item.
The "type" property has been discarded in HTML 4.01. HTML5 does not support this property.
The "value" property has been discarded in HTML 4.01. HTML5 does not support this property.
Tip: Use CSS to define the types of lists and list items.
|HTML5 does not support this property. H TML 4.01 has discarded the property. /b10>Not in favor of use. Use the CSS list-style-type property instead to specify which bullet to use.|
|value||number||Not in favor of use. U se styles instead of styles. Specifies the number of items in the list.|
The label supports global properties and views the full property sheet HTML global properties.
The label supports all HTML event properties.
A nested list
The list within the list.
Another nested list
More complex nested lists.
HTML tutorial: HTML list