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Create and test an HTML document that describes an unordered list of at least five popular books.

The bullet for each book must be a small image of the books cover

Asked On2017-06-07 08:26:57 by:scribed

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Unordered Lists
Lists follow a common skeleton every time — an outer container tag, and a new tag for each bullet. Observe:
  <li>Bullet 1</li>
  <li>Bullet 2</li>
  <li>Bullet 3</li>
Which would create:
Bullet 1
Bullet 2
Bullet 3
Let’s explain:
stands for Unordered List, which means that the bullets are not ranked or numbered in any way, they’re all the same.
means List Item, each one corresponding to a bullet.
Closing </li> tags are not strictly necessary in HTML 4, but I recommend that you always use them. They’ll help your style sheets work better and will make a future transition to XHTML much easier. Leaving them out now may leave you with a tonne of work in the future.
You also don’t need to add in line breaks to go on to the next point, it will all be taken care of for you. Once a block of text is made into a bullet you can continue on formatting the text normally, and adding in paragraphs, images and the like.

Answerd on:2017-11-18 Answerd By:milan-ransingh

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