This page shows examples of lists or elements that can behave like a list.
The ul element is the unordered list. It contains one or more li elements for each list item. The order of the items does not matter.
The ol element is an ordered list. It contains one or more li elements for each list item. The order matters.
I went to:
- Elementary school
- High school
- University (but didn‘t finish it)
A dl wraps a description list. Each term is represented by the dt element and the description by one or more dd elements.
- First name
- Last name
- Programming languages
Details / summary
The details element is not really a list but can be used for FAQs.
Short description of the contents in the summary.
The details element is a widget with a summary and a more elaborate description which can be expanded or collapsed by the user.
This description can take some space and therefore it is handy that the user can collapse its contents.
Most browsers support the details element