List Item

Why should <li> be contained within <ul> or <ol> parent elements?

Accessibility

Why should <li> be contained within <ul> or <ol> parent elements?

List items such as <li> must be contained within parent <ul> or <ol>.

In this way, assistive technologies like screen readers will be able to announce them accurately: indeed, they tell the user the number of elements inside a list when they find one and if you do not write list elements correctly, they won't be able to work.

 

How the SeoChecker audit is displayed

If list elements <li> are not contained in parent elements (<ul> or <ol>), SeoChecker will notify it.



How can I solve orphaned list items?

Simply write the <li> elements within parent elements (<ul> or <ol>).

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