This professional quality unbranded flash / HTML5 video guides users through creating ‘Lists’ in WordPress.
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This ‘Using Lists’ tutorial covers:
- Ordered lists
- Unordered lists
- Previewing a post
Lists not only make content easier to read, it often makes your content more visually appealing. The ‘Ordered’ and ‘Unordered’ list icons simplify the list creation process.
To create an unordered, or bulleted list, simply click the ‘Unordered List’ icon in the formatting toolbar, begin typing the items in your list and when you are finished click the unordered list button again to complete the list.
To make an ordered, or numbered list, click the ‘Ordered List’ icon and type your list. When your list is complete click the ‘Ordered List’ icon again.
Click ‘Preview’ in the ‘Publish’ module to view your content, or click ‘Publish’ or ‘Update’ to make your content available immediately.
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