Published Jul 1, 2022
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The <ul> element represents an unordered list of items.


  <li><!-- Content here --></li>

By default, each list item is prepended with a dot marker. But this can be altered by changing the value of the list-style-type property.


The following example showcases an unordered list with items that contain text and emoticons:

<li>Play more music 🎸</li>
<li>Read more books 📚</li>

Each rendered list item will have a dot marker:

Rendered <ul> tag example

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