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  1. 1. HTML ListsLesson 8Module 2: HTML Basics
  2. 2. Lesson Overview In this lesson, you will learn to: 1. Create lists using HTML code. 2. Improve readability of a Web page using lists.
  3. 3. Guiding Questions1. Find a Web page that uses a list. How does a list impact the readability of the page?2. Give 2 examples of how a list could be used in a Web page or Web site on another topic?
  4. 4. Types of Lists Threetypes of lists which will be covered in this lesson: 1. Unordered lists 2. Ordered lists 3. Definition lists
  5. 5. Unordered Lists Similarto bulleted lists in word processing Items in the list have no special order Changing the order would not change the meaning of the information  Example: A listing of your school subjects:  Science  Math  Reading
  6. 6. Creating an Unordered List Start with the <ul>…</ul> tags to designate the beginning and ending of an unordered list Add <li>…</li> tags to identify items to be placed in the list To create our list of school subjects, use the following HTML code: <ul> <li>Science</li> <li>Math</li> <li>Reading</li> <ul>
  7. 7. Ordered Lists Use a numbering or ordering system to create meaning Changing the order changes the meaning For example: A list of the steps to make a peanut butter sandwich.  Changing the order of the steps changes the outcome of the sandwich
  8. 8. Creating an Ordered List Startwith the <ol>…</ol> tags to designate the beginning and ending of an ordered list The same <li> tag identifies items in the list
  9. 9. Creating an Ordered List Code for making a peanut butter sandwich: <ol> <li>Get a slice of bread.</li> <li>Open a jar of peanut butter.</li> <li>Spread peanut butter on the slice of bread with a knife.</li> <li>Place another slice of bread on top.</li> <li>Eat the sandwich.</li> </ol>
  10. 10. Definition Lists Used to define terms Different from unordered and ordered lists Has two parts 1. The term 2. The definition Labeling of the parts is very important
  11. 11. Creating a Definition ListA <dl>…</dl> tag identifies the beginning and ending of the list A <dt>…</dt> tag identifies the terms A <dd>…</dd> tag identifies the definitions
  12. 12. Creating a Definition List Example of definition list coding: <dl> <dt>format</dt> <dd>the design and layout of a page</dd> <dt>source code</dt> <dd>the HTML code that creates a Web page</dd> <dt>Web page</dt> <dd>a file written in HTML, or other Web publishing language</dd> </dl>
  13. 13. Lesson Review Describe the code needed to create each of the following: 1. Unordered list 2. Ordered list 3. Definition list
  14. 14. Practice: Lists1. Create the following changes in your “Tags and Attributes” Web page:  An unordered list  An ordered list  A definition list2. Challenge Activity: Add underlining as appropriate.