The exercise for the list within the list was for an unordered list within an ordered list...when u submit the code, it says an ordered list within an unordered list


#1

the exercise for the list within the list was for an unordered list within an ordered list...when u submit the code, it says an ordered list within an unordered list


#2

im kinda frustrated, need help!


#3

You need both (unordered list in ordered list and ordered list in unordered list), could be you need even more, just add it


#4

okay, i will try both and see if the two sets works


#5

I could be you also need a unordered list in a unordered list (so 3 things total), the instructions do not perfectly match what is required


#6

oh okay, well it appears, it only worked for an unordered list within an ordered list and unordered list within an unordered list


#7

You got it to work? Well done!


#8

yeah i did, thanks very much for the swift responses.


#9

Hi guys, I'm also really struggling with this one and getting confused by the unordered/ordered list.
Would you perhaps be so kind to share with me how you managed to move on from this one?

Thank you.
Siri


#10

Nope, from the guide-lines:
Please do not just post answers, or ask for them. Some people may help
you by posting some code or showing you errors, but cheating is not
tolerated. If we see anybody cheating we will delete the post

If you need help, post your code (preferable in your own topic)


#11

Sorry I hadn't read the guidelines. I only became a member two days ago. That's understandable. I'll share the code now.







Woman, 29, Flora



  • Interests

    1. Cinematography

    2. Books

    3. Coding





  1. Where I've lived

    • Puerto Escondido

    • Bergen

    • Cape Town

    • Oslo





  • Favourite Food

    1. Indian

    2. Thai

    3. Sushi





  • Places I want to go

    1. Pakistan

    2. Senegal

    3. Nepal





I found this instruction a bit vague.
Go nuts with your lists within lists! The only requirement is that you have at least one ordered list(

    ) and one unordered list (
    ).

    Does this mean one unordered list inside an ordered one and vice versa?


#12

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
	<head>
		<title>Siri Linn</title>
	</head>
	<body><img src="http://www.mrwallpaper.com/wallpapers/forest-trees-waterfall.jpg" />
	<p> Woman, 29, Flora </p>
	 <ul>
	  <li>Interests
	    <ol>
	        <li>Cinematography</li>
	        <li>Books</li>
	        <li>Coding</li>
	   </ol>
	   </li>
	   </ul>
	 <ol>
	    <li>Where I've lived
	       <ul>
	        <li>Puerto Escondido</li>
	        <li>Bergen</li>
	        <li>Cape Town</li>
	        <li>Oslo</li>
	   </ul>
	   </li>
	   </ol>
    <ul>
        <li>Favourite Food
          <ol>
	        <li>Indian</li>
	        <li>Thai</li>
	        <li>Sushi</li>
	  </ol>
	  </li>
	  </ul>
	  <ul>
	    <li>Places I want to go
	      <ol>
	        <li>Pakistan</li>
	        <li>Senegal</li>
	        <li>Nepal</li>
	   </ol>
	   </li>
	   </ul>
      </body>
</html>

#13

You seem to have most of it, you have a ordered list (<ol>) in a unordered list (<ul>) and a unordered list (<ul>) in a ordered list (<ol>), which are you first two lists:

<ul>
      <li>Interests
        <ol>
            <li>Cinematography</li>
            <li>Books</li>
            <li>Coding</li>
       </ol>
       </li>
       </ul>
     <ol>
        <li>Where I've lived
           <ul>
            <li>Puerto Escondido</li>
            <li>Bergen</li>
            <li>Cape Town</li>
            <li>Oslo</li>
       </ul>
       </li>
       </ol>

Then you have more lists, but no unodered list (<ul>) in a unordered list (<ul>). You know how to do a unordered list inside a unordered list? No problem, i was just pointing out what the guidelines are, i do highly recommend to read them.