CSS Lists

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A list is a series of items belonging to a specific category, such as colors, vehicles, and countries.

Depending on the order in which the items of a list are arranged in a sequential or logical order; that is why, this list is also called a sequential list. On the other hand, there is no specific sequence or order to place items in an unordered list.

In HTML, ordered lists are marked with numbers or letters; whereas, unordered lists are marked with different types of images or bullets.

All these symbols, numbers, and letters with which the items of a list are marked are known as list item markers.

HTML also provides Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) that allows you to set various list-style properties to define the style of the list item markers for both ordered and unordered lists.

These list style properties are:

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