You can play with the text all you
want inside of all these list commands. Bold, italic, and any
other one you want will work. There's one more set of list
commands that manipulate the text for you.
The lists above are all single-item lists. Each LI command
makes one list item. Now check this out:
Here's What's For Dinner
- Green stuff and dressing
- The Meal
- Mystery meat and mashed yams
- A mint
...and here's what it looks like.
<H4>Here's What's For Dinner</H4>
<DD>Green stuff and dressing
<DD>Mystery meat and mashed yams
Here's What's Happening
- I used an H4 command to create a heading
- <DL> stands for Definition List.
It tells the browser that a double tier list is coming up.
- <DT> stands for Definition Term.
It's the first tier.
- <DD> stands for Definition Description.
It's indented and appears to modify the definition term.
It's a nice look. I haven't run into any place to use it quite yet,
but you have it if you need it.
Well... that's all I have. Use the list commands and present
information to your readers in a smoother fashion than writing long drawn-out paragraphs with a
lot of detail. I use these lists all the time. I think there might be a tutorial here that doesn't use one,
but I don't remember it. Enjoy, and happy listing.
[Put Them Together]