There are two ways to create lists, both similar, but giving different results. There are two types: ordered and unordered.
Let’s start off with unordered lists. These are basically bulleted lists. To create these, just open a <ul> and create <li> in them. Li stands for list items.
<h1>What does STEM mean?</h1> <ul> <li>S-Science</li> <li>T-Technology</li> <li>E-Engineering</li> <li>M-Math</li> </ul>
Time for ordered lists. These are basically numbered lists. They are created the same way as unordered lists, but instead of <ul>, we use <ol>
<h1>To-Do List</h1> <ol> <li>Shop</li> <li>Dry Clean</li> <li>Feed Dogs</li> </ol>
And that’s the end of our HTML basics. In the next section, we will be going over how to add colors, create objects, and more using CSS.