Creating A Styled List
The first example shows a list with bullet points and the list position as "outside. The second one has a "decimal" style type and the list position as "inside".
Create a styled list with a lead in paragraph if required. Otherwise, leave it blank...
- Drag the widget onto the page and enter the text for the lead in paragraph
- Choose the web safe font, size and color
- If the style type is anything other than "none", the list position can be changed from "outside" to "inside" if required
- Enter the text for the first three list items in the boxes provided
- Enter the text for more list items as required and check the box to make it visible in each case.
- If more than 10 items are required, add another widget without the lead in paragraph
- Note that this will only work with list types that don't use numbers or letters
The list style types available are...
- Decimal Leading Zero
- Lower Alpha
- Upper Alpha
Note that the text that is typed or pasted into the boxes uses HTML so special characters need to be substituted with the HTML entity...
- An ampersand (&) is &amp;
- A double quote (") is "
- A check mark (✓) is &#10003;
- A fat check mark (✔) is &#10004;
- A lesser than (<) is <
- A greater than (>) is >
- The at symbol @ is @
- A left arrow (←) is ←
- A right arrow (→) is →