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The <ul> Element

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The <ul> element creates an unordered list of items where changing the order of the items would not materially change the meaning of the list. Unordered list items are not numbered.

Attributes for <ul>
TypeAttribute List
'Standard' Attributes(none)
New HTML5 Attributes"popover"
Obsolete Attributes"compact" and "type"

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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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