I just want to get to a point where I don’t have to think about lists all the time. I don’t have to think about lists of numbers or lists of words. I just want to say I love you to everyone on the planet.
Bullets can make your list look nice. But what I like about bullet lists the most is that you can place multiple bullets at the end of a list and have them line up with each other and theyre easy to use in your CSS.
I like bullet lists because they look pretty nice and feel really good. It’s like an art book you get to see the art from the inside out.
Bullet lists have been around for a long time. For the last decade or so theyve been used in news sites, blogs, and more. There are many different uses for bullet lists, but theyre mostly used for display lists, which means that their use in HTML is limited. A real-life bullet list would require more effort than a list of numbers, letters, or words.
Now that we have more experience with bullet lists, we can start to use them more in HTML. We will make a real-life, full-blown bullet list in the next update.
The only disadvantage with bullet lists is that they have to be full of information that can be easily read when you read the page. It may not matter much in your case, but if you need to see lots of numbers, letters, and words, it can’t be too hard to read.
Here I’ll try to explain what we’re trying to achieve with bullet list.
The first thing is that bullet lists should only contain things that can be read easily. In our case, we want a list of the list of words that are on the page. To do this, we will use the “:” as the delimiter.
So we want to make the list of words on the page as easy to read as possible. So we will use an as to delimit.