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HTML offers authors several mechanisms for specifying lists of information. All lists must contain one or more list elements. Lists may contain:
The previous list, for example, is an unordered list, created with the UL element:
Definition lists, created using the DL element, generally consist of a series of term/definition pairs (although definition lists may have other applications). Thus, when advertising a product, one might use a definition list:
defined in HTML as:
Lists may also be nested and different list types may be used together, as in the following example, which is a definition list that contains an unordered list (the ingredients) and an ordered list (the procedure):