Haha @sree , you have retained the insight being conveyed even if you don’t remember the rest of the book. That’s not bad, huh? 🙂
PS. Glad you figured out italics and bold. I had to google Ul Ol and Li because I had forgotten what LI stands for. They are about making unordered and ordered lists. Here’s a link to an article describing styling lists with CSS on a platform such as ours, in case you’re curious.
So let me test things out. Using UL one could make a list of
still another reason to make an unordered list
Using OL one could make another kind of list
still another reason to make an ordered list
As to LI, I doubt that anyone will go deeply into that. But who knows 🙂
Seems the unordered and ordered lists look the same, probably one would have to define LI to get some bullet points, numbers, etc. Well… that’s about how far I got, if anyone can explain a simple way to get numbered or bullet point lists in our texts here I’m all ears and promise to make a tutorial for all members 🙂