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<OL><LI> and '5.6.4' multilevel numbers

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How does one get "5.6.4" with <OL>..<OL>..<OL>..<LI>?, at most I can
get is "4". Oh, on http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS1, I see they've
hardwired it into the page, so one must use some preprocessor. OK,
never mind.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Dan Jacobson:
How does one get "5.6.4" with <OL>..<OL>..<OL>..<LI>?


CSS 2.0 can do it, but browsers except for Opera can't. CSS 1.0 and CSS
2.1 neither. If the numbering is important, hardcode it, if it's not,
live on with single digits.
Jul 21 '05 #2

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