Lists - How to Create & Edit Mar 25, 2013 13:08:28 GMT -5 Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostBack to Top Post by eagle on Mar 25, 2013 13:08:28 GMT -5 Now and then someone will ask, 'How do you put check boxes in your lists?' Sometimes people want their lists to demonstrate the complexity of the steps and categories of their various tasks. Whether you're after a simple list or a complex list with sub-categories, you can do them what we have right here on Stepping Out! If lists aren't your thing, feel free to do it some other way. But if you live by lists and want to become familiar with the bells & whistles here at Stepping Out! this one's for you.How to create lists SimpleComplexwith sub-categorieswith multiple stepssub-sub categoriessteps that have sub-stepsList item 3Check boxesTo-Do & Done symbolsCheck boxesProgress barsBullets, etc.Editing lists after they are postedStarting with the simple and moving on to the complex:Editing lists after they are postedUse the Edit button to go back to change the check boxes, progress bars and bullets from 'To-Do' status to 'Done' status.Edits may be made in Preview or in the BBCode editor. In Visual, simply highlight the image in question (smilie check box, for example) & replace it with another:Starts like thisHighlight check boxBecomes thisToday mop floor take out trash laundry bake cookies Today mop floor take out trash laundry bake cookies To accomplish the same result in the BBCode editor, click on the BBCode button and instead of this:Today mop floor take out trash laundry bake cookies You will see this:Therefore, to change the image make the same change using BBCode:BeforeCode beforeCode afterAfterFor demonstration purposes, here is a partial list for some of the smilies often used in List-making on Listzilla. Their co-responding code is in the column on the right. VisualBCodeThere are more available and if you want to see their code, simply place them in your own post from the Smilies drop-down (or drag & drop from here) and switch to BBCode to see the code for a particular image.For more instruction on the Drag and Drop method see this post.