Markdown Bullet Lists or UL Lists
Here is a quick guide to creating bullet lists, also known as ul lists or unordered lists with Markdown.
You can use
As long as you start the line with a
* or a
- markdown will interpret that as a list item. So the following markdown:
* One * Two
Will produce a bullet list like this:
As already mentioned we can use a
- to start an unordered list in Markdown as well:
- One - Two
Will produce the same list as above.
What about nested bullet lists?
To create a nested UL list just indent the line with a tab or 3-4 spaces. For example the following markdown:
* One * Two * Three * Four
Will render as the following:
Can you Mix
You certainly can, the following will render the same list nested bullet list as above:
- One - Two * Three * Four
What about Numbered Lists?
You can do numbered lists by prefixing each line with incrementing numbers followed by a period. For example:
1. One 2. Two
Results in an ordered list (OL):
That's pretty much all I know about markdown lists, did I miss anything?
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Markdown Bullet Lists or UL Lists was first published on November 22, 2019.