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Comments about this system are welcome, as it will speed up the trials I am giving it, thanks in advance.

WordPress School – Lists


Lists for WordPress

Originally posted on Lorelle on WordPress:

Badge - Learn WordPress with Lorelle VanFossen at WordPress School.Today in Lorelle’s WordPress School online course learning WordPress from the inside out, we are going to learn how to create lists in WordPress.

A list is just that, a list of items. The list may contain a wide variety of information and be presented in many different ways. Let’s start with simple lists and move into more sophisticated list making as we go through the course.

We begin with exploring the HTML tags that make up a list and the two basic types of lists found on a web page.

The HTML List Tags

While it is not important to know HTML to blog or use WordPress, learning WordPress from the inside out means learning how web publishing works from the inside out as well. Don’t worry. I’ll go easy on you. NOT.

There are two basic types of lists found on a web page: numbered and unnumbered (bullet)

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