This is a simple way to quickly create a li element with a class and an id. I like this because I can easily add additional classes or tags to the li. Just like how a div is not a block element, so is a li.
The first thing I would like to show you is how to create some sort of dynamic li element.
Using some CSS, I can easily set the class to li and the id to div tags.
With this basic setup, I can create a new li element which will then have the class and id defined. This li element will be the first child of a new div element which will be generated with the class and id I assigned. The new div element will contain the text ‘li’ and then the id, “div” will be set to the same value as the class.
li is a child of a div and it is created with the class and id I assigned. It will have the text and id, which will both be the same value as the class and id. This, in theory, makes it easy to assign a new content element to it and to refer to it in the content of the page.
li element is the first child of a new div element which will be generated with the class and id I assigned. The new div element will contain the text li and then the id, div will be set to the same value as the class.li is a child of a div and it is created with the class and id I assigned. It will have the text and id, which will both be the same value as the class and id.
A problem is that li may not always be the same text. It is sometimes an id, and sometimes a class. So it’s important to be cautious. I recommend assigning new elements to li and using the id if you like. If you don’t, be sure that li is unique so that if someone copies your code, it won’t get repeated.
It is important to be able to select and delete elements from another element, especially if you are trying to change it from a div. If it is a div, then you must assign the classes. It will be much easier to do this if you are using the class. If you dont want to use class, you have to add a class to the div that is in the first child and then assign that class to the div in the second child of the first child.