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The <ol> Element

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The <ul> element creates an ordered list. Ordered list items are numbered in visual user agents.

Attributes for <ol>
TypeAttribute List
'Standard' Attributes"start" and "type"
New HTML5 Attributes"reversed"
Obsolete Attributes"compact"

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Accessibility Information & Tips

  • Use the <ol> element for ordered lists, the <ul> element for unordered lists, and the <dl> element for definition lists. This makes it easier for assistive technology to navigate from list to list or from item to item. Visit https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/H48 for more information.

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