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Bullets and Lists tips for HTML

Bullets and Lists These html tips and tricks will help you put bullets and lists on your blog.

Let's start with simple bullets.

For this html tip, look at this bullet:

This is next to a bullet
It was made with this simple HTML code:
<li>This is next to a bullet</li>
Insert the above code to your web page,
and then change the message to suit you needs.

...And now let's end with more advanced tips, concerning lists.


To make numbered bullets,
Like these
ones use this HTML code instead:
<ol><li>Like these</li>
<li>ones</li></ol>
Note that the <ol> is only put at the extremes of the list.



There are also some tips and tricks that will allow different types of bullets:
Lower Case Roman Numerals HTML Code:
<ol type="i"><li>Lower Case Roman Numerals</li></ol>

Upper Case Roman Numerals HTML Code:
<ol type="I"><li>Upper Case Roman Numerals</li></ol>

Lower Case Alpha…

HTML Javascript Password Tips

Javascript: Password Tips If you want a page to be password protected, look at these html tips and tricks.

The first step is to find a web page that is password protected.
Mine is: http://htmlpassprotect.blogspot.com/

The second step is to find a web page that will be gone to if the visitor types in the wrong password.
I chose: http://learneasywebdesign.blogspot.in/
It may be better, however, to make a page that will say, for example, "YOUR PASSWORD IS INCORRECT. CLICK HERE TO TRY AGAIN. CLICK HERE TO GO BACK."

The third step is to insert the following code in between <head> and </head> on your password protected page:
<SCRIPT language="JavaScript">
<!--hide
var password;
var pass1="cool";
password=prompt('Please enter your password to view this page!',' ');
if (password==pass1)
alert('Password Correct! Click OK to enter!');
else
{
window.location="http://learneasywebdesign.blogspot.in";