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mark_roach - 11:46 am on Jan 20, 2009 (gmt 0)
|Would an A-Z listing qualify for the <ol> element? |
My first thought was yes, as there is a defined order to an alphabetical list.
However the W3C site says:
|An ordered list, created using the OL element, should contain information where order should be emphasized |
With this in mind, perhaps there is no need to emphasise the order of the letters in the alphabet as everybody should already know the order.
It is also likely a designer would use CSS to remove the numbering against the individual elements, this also suggests the order does not actually need to be emphasised.
So I would go for a <ul>.
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