google-site-verification=XK9IDkjU7jjUURp5A425iStvbYoDk39UO0ryXDjSqWw HTML Basics-List tag, the ordered List, Examples using various attributes ~ Blog on Computer Tips, Blogging Tips, Mobile Phones, Latest Technology and Topics of Public Interest

HTML Basics-List tag, the ordered List, Examples using various attributes

HTML Basics-List tag, the ordered List, Examples using various attributes-In my previous article I explained types of lists such as Ordered List, unordered list and Definition or Description List and the unordered list in details with examples. In the unordered list, disks, circles or squares are displayed with the list items where as in the ordered the list items are marked with numbers or alphabets. Any numbering scheme appropriate to the language context such as Numbers(0 to 9), alphabets(Upper case or lower case “a to z or A to Z”), roman numerals(I,II,III,IV etc.), arabic may be used. The <OL>…</OL> tags and then the usual <li>…</li> tag is used.  An optional list header tag <lh>…</lh> may be used.
http://www.wikigreen.in/2015/06/html-basics-list-tag-ordered-list.html
HTML Basics-List tag, the ordered List, Examples using various attributes

The ordered List
Let us discuss the ordered list in detail -
Tags and attributes used in an ordered list
<ol…</ol>
Opening and closing tags of the ordered list
<lh>…</lh>
To define the heading of the list(Optional ).
<li>…</li>
To define the items of the list
Type=”1”
To display the list in numerical order(1,2,3….), this is default order
Type=”A”
To display the list in alphabetical order(Capital alphabets or upper case as A,B,C…)
Type=”a”
To display the list in alphabetical order(small alphabets or lower case as a,b,c…)
Type=”I”
To display the list in roman numerals(Upper case)
Type=”i”
To display the list in roman numerals(Lower case)

Example without using any attribute or the default 1,2,3… will be used –
               
<ol>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
1. Note Books
2. Pens
3. Pencils
4. Erasers

Example of ordered list using the attribute type=”1”

<ol type=”1”>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
1. Note Books
2. Pens
3. Pencils
4. Erasers

Note- The default order of the numbered list<ol> is 1,2,3… therefore the result of using the “type=”1” will be similar to that of without using any attribute.

Example of ordered list using the attribute type=”A” -
<ol type=”A”>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
A. Note Books
B. Pens
C. Pencils
D. Erasers

Example of ordered list using the attribute type=”a” -
<ol type=”a”>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
a. Note Books
b. Pens
c. Pencils
d. Erasers

Example of ordered list using the attribute type=”I” -
<ol type=” I”>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
I. Note Books
II. Pens
III. Pencils
IV. Erasers

Example of ordered list using the attribute type=”i” -
<ol type=” i”>
<lh>Office Stationery</lh>
<li>Note Books</li>
<li>Pens</li>
<li>Pencils</li>
<li>Erasers</li>
</ol>

Office Stationery
i. Note Books
ii. Pens
iii. Pencils
iv. Erasers



Special requestPlease let us know through a comment that how our effort was. Do not hesitate to give an dverse opinion, give your opinion impartially. Please subscribe to our blog and like our Facebook page. Subscribe to our YouTube channel “Start with Wikigreen”. Please share it to your friends and beloveds. Thanks a lot for visiting our page.
 

2 टिप्पणियाँ:

Manoj Kumar ने कहा…

Good Article on Ordered List

Jyoti Dehliwal ने कहा…

बहुत उपयोगी जानकारी...