Leicester University: Richard Mobbs' "Introduction to HTML/XHTML: Lists"

As you learned in subunit 1.3: Writing for the Web, users of the Internet tend to look for information very quickly and lists are a user-friendly way to make your information easy to find. Additionally, lists are often used to organize the elements of a menu; since we will be returning to this special use of lists, don't worry about it right now.

Using the information in the previous reading and your pre-writing assignment, try to incorporate one or two types of informational lists into your example webpage.