Links and Lists

In HTML Links are expressed in one of two tags. The link element tag seen in the head tag section is for linking external stylesheets to an HTML page. The other linking element is the anchor link element, which is used in the body section of a webpage is used to create links to other files or websites.

An example of an anchor link

The anchor link tag can be used for a variety of purposes. Including creaing a link to send an email...

For example, an anchor link to send an email...Email Me

With email anchor links, you can also pre-fill them with a subject line. For example...Send Email With Subject

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Lists in HTML are used to build a variety of components. Obviously, they are used for listing content, organizing content, and creating navigation menus.

There are three types of lists, the two most common: UL (unordered lists) and OL (ordered lists). DL is the third type, it is a definition list.

Example of an unordered list, or a list that does not need a specific order...

Example of an ordered list...

  1. First Item
  2. Second Item
  3. Third Item

Example of a definition list...