<li>Council - spending plans - consultation</li>
<li>Freedom of information</li>
<li>Libraries - online information resources</li>
1.bullet point 1 2. bullet point 2 3.bullet point 3
4.bullet point 4 5. bullet point 5 6.bullet point 6
7.bullet point 7 8. bullet point 8
however I want it to out put it
1.bullet point 1 4.bullet point 4 7.bullet point 7
2.bullet point 2 5.bullet point 5 8.bullet point 8
3.bullet point 3 6.bullet point 6
any of you got any code? im a beginner and not too confident
Have a look at the code on the pages I posted. They give some instructions for usage, so try it out and then post back when you hit a snag.
hi, tried it out but can't seam to get it to work
OK, that's understandable. Now, the best way to make use of a forum is to post your attempts—preferably as a live link—and then people can suggest what to try next. That way people get to help out and you learn in the process. Otherwise you are asking for someone to do the whole lot for you, which people really should be paid for.
Originally Posted by swfc4lyf
So, preferably post a link of what you have done so far, or at least the code you have tried (preferably as a full page with CSS in the head).
What I have so far:
I want it to output the other two arrays at the side of the current so that it looks as though it is 3 columns
var colOne = new Array("<li>Copyright</li>", "<li>Council - spending plans - consultation</li>", "<li>Data protection</li>");
var colTwo = new Array("<li>Digital Region</li>", "<li>Freedom of information</li>", "<li>Libraries - online information resources</li>");
var colThree = new Array("<li>Our standards</li>", "<li>Test</li>");
for (i = 0; i < 3; i++)
if (i < 3)