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Hiding Subheadings

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Hiding Subheadings

The hgroup element allows you to treat multiple header elements as a single item without affecting the outline of your HTML document.



Adding Basic Headings

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Adding Basic Headings

The h1 element represents a heading. HTML defines a hierarchy of heading elements, with h1 being the highest ranked. The other heading elements are h2, h3, through to h6.



Creating Description Lists

Posted on September 10th, by Learning in HTML, HTML Elements In Context. No Comments
Creating Description Lists

You use three elements to define description lists: the dl, dt, and dd elements.



The li Element

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The li Element

The li element denotes an item in a list. You can use it with the ul, ol, and menu elements (the menu element is not yet supported in the main stream browsers).



The ul Element

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The ul Element

You use the ul element to denote unordered lists. As with the ol element, items in the ul element are denoted using the li element.