<ul>, <ol> and <dl>

Support for lists in HTML: <ul>, <ol>, <li>, <dl>, <dt> and <dd> elements.

Estimated Support About

58.54% + 41.46% = 100.0%

Gmail

Desktop Webmail

2020-04
2024-02
1

iOS

2020-04
2024-02
1

Android

2020-04
2024-02
1

Mobile Webmail

2020-04
2024-02
1

Outlook

Windows

2003
1 2
2007
1 2
2010
1 2
2013
1 2
2016
1 2
2019
1 2

Windows Mail

2020-04
2024-02
1 2

macOS

2011
2016
16.80
2024-02
1

Outlook.com

2020-04
2024-01
2024-02
1

iOS

2020-04
2024-02
1

Android

2020-04
2024-02
1

Yahoo! Mail

Desktop Webmail

2020-04
2024-02
1

iOS

2020-04
2024-02
1

Android

2020-04
2024-02
1

AOL

Desktop Webmail

2020-04
2024-02
1

iOS

2020-04
2024-02
1

Android

2020-04
2024-02
1

Orange

Desktop Webmail

2020-04
2021-03

iOS

2020-04

Android

2020-04

WP.pl

Desktop Webmail

2024-02

Notes

  • 1

    Partial. The reversed attribute on <ol> is not supported.

  • 2

    Partila. Setting the value attribute to an <li> within an <ol> results in a different behaviour in comparison to browsers. The <ol> tag is closed before the <li value="">. A new <ol> is added with the start attribute on it set to the value of the value attribute of the <li>.

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Test it yourself

This feature was last tested on February 17, 2024.

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