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How to use lists properly

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How to use lists properly

Assistive technologies, such as screen readers, rely heavily on the correct structure of lists. In this way, users remain informed about the contents of lists. Elements contained within lists must necessarily be within <li>. At the same time, script support elements such as <script> and <template> may also be contained.

 

How the SeoChecker audit is displayed

If SeoChecker finds elements that are not supposed to be in a list, it will notify it.



How can I create a structured list correctly?

If an element shouldn't be in a list, simply remove it; a list, ordered or unordered, should contain only these kinds of elements: <li>, <script> or <template>, with the parent elements <ul> or <ol>.

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