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The simplest way of listing data in an orderly fashion with labels and associated data.


Short description

When there is a larger number of entries in the list, they may be grouped under a separate label, creating a group.

When and how to use it

Lists are used when the added functionality of tables are not required.


When there is sufficient space, data is listed to the right of the label, but in smaller containers, such as a slide-out, it may be displayed the same was as done in a mobile device with the label above the data. See examples below.

Do's and don'ts



1. Left-aligned data

When the list is wide, the data (=column to the right) is aligned to the left.

2. Label above data

When the device is smaller, you can place the label above the data, both aligned to the left..

3. Right-aligned data

In this example, when the space for the list is smaller, the data is aligned to the right.



The list component inherits measurements from tables in regards to line-heights, colours, etc.




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