Another very useful little tool is a LIST. There are ORDERED lists and UNORDERED lists.

This is an ordered list
  1. Virgil
  2. Catullus
  3. Ovid
  4. Propertius
This is an unordered list
  • Georgics
  • Carmina
  • Heroides
  • Elegies

First, we will build an UNORDERED list.

Start with this...

 
<BODY> A Case in Point </BODY> 


A Case in Point

Note - technically we have not started to build the list yet. This is just a sort of heading.


Add a pair of unordered list tags.

 <BODY> A Case in Point
<UL> </UL> </BODY>


A Case in Point


Add a list item.

 <BODY> A Case in Point 
<UL> <LI>Nominative </UL> </BODY>


A Case in Point
  • Nominative


Add a few more...

 <BODY> A Case in Point<UL> <LI>Nominative
<LI>Vocative
<LI>Accusative
<LI>Genitive
<LI>Dative
<LI>Ablative
</UL> </BODY>


A Case in Point
  • Nominative
  • Vocative
  • Accusative
  • Genitive
  • Dative
  • Ablative

Listed!


How to make an ordered list? Easy! Change the <UL> tag to <OL>.

 <BODY> A Case in Point
<OL> <LI>Nominative
<LI>Vocative
<LI>Accusative
<LI>Genitive
<LI>Dative
<LI>Ablative
</OL> </BODY>


A Case in Point
  1. Nominative
  2. Vocative
  3. Accusative
  4. Genitive
  5. Dative
  6. Ablative