HTML offer three types of lists: ordered,
unordered, and definition. The ordered, or numbered list,
list item element
to specify each item. The end tag for this element is optional.
The numerals for the ordered list can be changed using the type attribute. Arabic numbers are
used by default but we can also set the type to for example lower or uppercase letters
or roman numerals. The start attribute sets the beginning value
for the list. And the value attribute can be used to set
the value for a specific list item. The unordered, or bulleted list,
uses the list item element as with the ordered list.
It’s default marker is a disc, which it can be changed to either a circle or a square
using the type attribute. Lastly, we have the definition, or description
which consists of a series of definition terms
paired with definition data
. Lists may also be nested and different list
types can be used together with each other.