Try engaging these simple steps to make sure your home is safe from fires (numbered format list).
Have smoke operable smoke alarms well-placed in your house.
Have a fire extinguisher in easy reach
Post the number for the fire department
Have regular fire drills
Don't play with matches
This second list is presented in a bulleted format.
Apples are better than pears
Pears are better than bananas
Bananas are much better than tomatoes
Tomatoes shoulkd be abolished
The final portion of this list inclusion is a lettered list.
Change your oil regularly
Check the air pressure in your tires
Minimize use of air-conditioning
Avoid fast starts and stops
Often, you'll have content which wants to be presented in a listed - or delineated - format. List inclusions are the prefect solution. You simply paste in your listed information (up to 3 lists per inclusion) and the Linear system will seek out the listing content and present it on the Web.
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This Example shows a sample List Inclusion with three lists. Each list is preceded by an introduction (optional). The first list is numerically tagged, the second is bulleted and the third is alpha tagged.
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