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Welcome to the Lists chapter of our HTML course. This chapter focuses on the two types of HTML lists - ordered and unordered. Both lists are used to present information on webpages.

Creating these lists is pretty straightforward and involves more or less the same process, except for a few minor differences.

Let's look at these two HTML lists and how to create them.

Ordered HTML List

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2 Responses

  1. Hi Maxime,

    Can you please tell me, what is the purpose of description list?
    In what cases shoudl we use it?
    And can you please tell me what do the tags , and mean?

    Thank you and Merry Christmas,

    1. Hey Michal!

      In the context of Elementor, there is very rarely a good reason why you would want to use a description list. If you want to be very semantically precise, you would use them while writing a glossary or similar. Thing is however, the HTML markup quality in Elementor is already way below "semantically ideal", so really at this point it matters little if you use a description list, or just a normal list, or something like the accordion element.

      Tags and HTML elements are essentially synonyms. See the first part of the Basic Tags chapter.

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