The HTML <ul> unordered list element is used to render a list of <li> elements that have no ordered values, they are represented by a bullet point by default. The bullet point can be removed or changed using CSS if you need to alter the appearance of the list. Many webmasters know how to use CSS to create remarkable menu systems out of the <ul> and <li> elements. To render ordered lists instead use the <ol> element instead.
global attributes - global core attributes
See: list of global attributes
global event handlers - global event handler attributes
See: list of global event handlers