In addition to organizing text in paragraph form, you can also display content in an easy-to-read list.
In HTML, you can use an unordered list tag (
<ul>) to create a list of items in no particular order. An unordered list outlines individual list items with a bullet point.
<ul> element should not hold raw text and won’t automatically format raw text into an unordered list of items. Individual list items must be added to the unordered list using the
<li> tag. The
<li> or list item tag is used to describe an item in a list.
<ul> <li>Limes</li> <li>Tortillas</li> <li>Chicken</li> </ul>
In the example above, the list was created using the
<ul> tag and all individual list items were added using
The output will look like this:
Under the heading that says
Species, create an unordered list.
Do not add any list items to the list just yet.
Add the following list items to the unordered list:
- Nelsoni (extinct)