Lists are a common way of grouping items; they come in two forms: Numbered and unnumbered, they look like this:
Formatting text to give a pleasing layout and appearance
Configuring responsive side bars
Different types of headings
Incorporating figures, tables and footnotes
Navigation and links
Using scalable graphics
Creating icon fonts
Optimising code and graphics
How to move content from Word to the website
Pictures of my dogs (maybe not so useful)
I also use a form of unnumbered list to apply a notational style of hanging paragraph (hanging indent):
I briefly looked at unnumbered lists in § 11.5.1 when examining entries in the table of contents. This section gives a much more detailed analysis of lists.
The explanations and instructions used in this section are based around the deployable web site software; i.e. it uses the template pages for the HTML and the final versions of style.css, grid.css and other files issued with the website template software.
The website template software is available here.