The Ordered List: Day 18

Let’s get in order, shall we?

Unordered lists are great, but ordered lists? Ordered List HtmlEven better, I say!

Why would you want to use an ordered list, though? Well, an ordered list uses sequential numbers instead of just bullet points, so it will show some sort of order.   Makes sense, right?

Let’s take a look at what an ordered list is and how to create on in html.

The Video

The ordered list has a real sense of order…woka, woka, woka.   No, really… there may come a time when you need to use numbers when you create a list, and this is how!

The Code

<h3>Your heading</h3>
<ol>
	<li>This is your first list item</li>
	<li>This is your second list item</li>
	<li>This is your third list item</li>
</ol>

So, I hope you have loads of fun creating an ordered list in html.  And if you do? Pop back over, leave me a link so I can see how you incorporated it into your post!

Thanks so much for stopping by.

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Comments

  1. Jessica says

    Hey! Thankyou so much for this series! I have loved it so far and has helped me a lot in my knowledge of code. I have only been able to find up to day 18! Just wondering what happened to days 19-31? Or did you have a chance to finish them? Thankyou!

    • says

      Hi Jessica!

      I had to take a bit of a break, but I just finished up the remainder of the series and will be posting it shortly! I appreciate your asking!

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