I was going to call this “nested list,” but it’s not really nested. The way I usually refer to it is as “a nested list that has HTML inside of it.
HTML is a markup language that describes a document’s structure. However, when it comes to nested lists, there is a whole new set of rules that must be followed: In a nested list, the inner list must be closed in a particular way (called an “end tag”), and the closing tag of the outer list must be closed.
The first step in nested list is to open the inner list with a closing tag. The inner list must have a closing tag, but the outer list must have a closing tag. If the inner list has no closing tag, then the outer list has a closing tag.
The inner list must have a closing tag. The outer list must have a closing tag. If the inner list has no closing tag, then the outer list has a closing tag. The outer list does not have a closing tag. The closing tag must be of the same type as the tag it is closing. The tag must be a sibling of the closing tag.
This is one of those common problems you come across when you start learning html. There are a few ways you can do something that will require nesting, but you’ve got to be careful about what you do to preserve the indentation. Here’s a quick example.
When you have nested lists, you can use the “>=” operator to tell the outer list to match the inner list. You put the outer list right above the inner list, and then you specify that the inner list must be matched. If you dont, then the outer list will match the inner list.
But as you can see, nesting isn’t always a simple matter. Some people get really frustrated if others don’t understand what they’re trying to do.
Well, in this case, the gt operator is a little bit of a misnomer. The gt operator tells the outer list to match all of the inner list items. But what does that really mean? Well, what it means is that the outer list matches the inner list if it contains the same item as the inner list. That is, it only matches if the inner list also contains the item.
Now, this is very confusing.