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 Tag Description:

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<LI> List Item

Definition: You can use <LI> to designate an element of a list.

Standard Attributes: CLASS, CLEAR, ID, LANG, MD, SRC

Attributes:

SKIP

SKIP is used if headers have been omitted from the sequence. It will increment the sequence number before rendering the element. SKIP=5 would advance the sequence number past 5 omitted items.

DINGBAT

DINGBAT specifies an iconic image that will appear before the header. The icon must be specified as an entity name @md an appendix of this specification lists standard entity names for HTML 3.0.

Context: <LI> is legal within

<DIR>, <MENU>, <OL>, <UL>

The following markup can be used within <LI>

<A>, <ABBREV>, <ACRONYM>, <AU>, <B>, <BIG>, <BLOCKQUOTE>, <BQ>, <BR>, <CITE>, <CODE>, <DEL>, <DFN>, <DIR>, <DL>, <EM>, <FIG>, <FN>, <FORM>, <I>, <IMG>, <INS>, <ISINDEX>, <KBD>, <LANG>, <MATH>, <MENU>, <NOTE>, <OL>, <P>, <PERSON>, <PRE>, <Q>, <S>, <SAMP>, <SMALL>, <STRONG>, <SUB>, <SUP>, <TAB>, <TABLE>, <TT>, <U>, <UL>, <VAR>

Suggested style/usage: Close Tag: OPTIONAL

Examples:

<OL>
<LI>wake
<LI>shower
<LI>eat
</OL>

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