[UPHPU] proper HTML lists
ryanlbowman at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 25 11:37:16 MST 2005
--- Jeffrey Moss <jeff at opendbms.com> wrote:
> Option 2 makes more sense if you're using CSS. The
> UL is the indent, the LI
> could be text color or inline list or something.
However, some browsers (Firefox for example, I
believe) will assume you forgot the closing ul tag
before the second ul, because it's not valid there.
You won't be able to select it with a rule such as ul
ul, or li ul - you'd need to use option 1 for that.
That stupid bird stole my quarter. I hate birds. - Eddie
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