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Explain list elements in HTML.

explain them in detail

Asked On2019-06-18 15:44:51 by:amitoj-singh

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Lists are used to group together related pieces of information so they are clearly associated with each other and easy to read. In modern web development, lists are workhorse elements, frequently used for navigation as well as general content.

Lists are good from a structural point of view as they help create a well-structured, more accessible, easy-to-maintain document. They are also useful because they provide specialized elements to which you can attach CSS styles. Finally, semantically correct lists help visitors read your web site, and they simplify maintenance when your pages need to be updated.
There are three list types in HTML: unordered list — used to group a set of related items in no particular order. ordered list — used to group a set of related items in a specific order. description list — used to display name/value pairs such as terms and definitions.

HTML list advantages

  • Flexibility: If you have to change the order of the list items in an ordered list, you simply move around the list item elements; when the browser renders the list, it will be properly ordered.
  • Styling: Using an HTML list allows you to style the list properly using CSS. The list item tags <li> are different from the other tags in your document, so you can specifically target CSS rules to them.
  • Semantics: HTML lists give the content the proper semantic structure. This has important benefits, such as allowing screen readers to tell users with visual impairments that they are reading a list, rather than just reading out a confusing jumble of text and numbers.

Answerd on:2019-06-20 Answerd By:gokilapriya

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