Nested lists are designed to organize a complex hierarchical structure of any text, usually those are documents, legal or technical.
Numbered list is a list of items each having its own numbers. The style and the type of numbered list depends on the ol tag, which is used to create it.
Bulleted lists allow to split large text into separate blocks. The reader pays more attention to the text and doesn't lose concentration.
Creating a link to an email address is almost identical to creating a link to a web page. But instead of the URL designate mailto: email address.
If you want create a link to a document that opens a new browser window, set parameter target="_blank" of the a tag.
Large documents are easier to read if they have a table of contents with links to relevant sections.
In addition to hypertext, you can use images as links. The image in this case must be place between the tags <a href=...> and </a>.
Image map allows you to assign links to different areas of the image. Used in two different versions - server and client.
You can not remove the underline from hyperlinks with HTML tags. For this purpose, cascading style sheets are used (CSS).
By default, if you click on a link a document opens in the current window or frame. If necessary, this can be changed by setting parameter target in the a tag.
To create a link it's necessary to point to the browser where exactly it is, also to specify address of the document to link to.
You can specify the position of an image relative to the text or other images on a webpage. The alignment of images is specified by the parameter align of the img tag.
Alternative text gives textual information about the picture if you disable image download in your web browser.