CHANGING DEFAULTS WITHIN
ORDERED AND UNORDERED LISTS

To change the default bullet in an unordered list, just add the following element to your <LI> tag:

  • <LI TYPE=CIRCLE> will give you a hollow circle bullet
  • <LI TYPE=DISC> will give you a solid circle bullet
  • <LI TYPE=SQUARE> will give you a square bullet

You can also change the default numbering style for ordered lists. Just add the following element to your <OL> tag:

<OL TYPE="1">

  1. will give you Arabic Numerals 1, 2, 3
  2. will give you Arabic Numerals 1, 2, 3
  3. will give you Arabic Numerals 1, 2, 3

<OL TYPE="A">

  1. will give you Uppercase letters A, B, C
  2. will give you Uppercase letters A, B, C
  3. will give you Uppercase letters A, B, C

<OL TYPE="a">

  1. will give you Lowercase letters a, b, c
  2. will give you Lowercase letters a, b, c
  3. will give you Lowercase letters a, b, c

<OL TYPE="I">

  1. will give you Uppercase Roman Numerals I, II, III
  2. will give you Uppercase Roman Numerals I, II, III
  3. will give you Uppercase Roman Numerals I, II, III

<OL TYPE="i">

  1. will give you Lowercase Roman Numerals i, ii, iii
  2. will give you Lowercase Roman Numerals i, ii, iii
  3. will give you Lowercase Roman Numerals i, ii, iii

In addition, you can change the starting number in an ordered list by adding the START attribute to the OL tag:

<OL TYPE="1" START=3>

  1. will start the numbering at 3 (or whatever number you specify)
  2. next consecutive number
  3. next consecutive number