I understand that modern browser can do that when you understand CSS but
that is my problem. I can't get my head round CSS let alone making
something nice out of it.
For example I copied the first code from the link you copied in a new
tiddler and gave it the tag "$:/tag/Stylesheet"
And the result is that now all my open tiddler now have a number added in
front of the title. I didn't expect that.
And in the content when I used the header level1 (!) then there is no
number in front of it. It actually only starts at level 2.
I would like H1 to have number one in front as well and preferably not have
the title of my tiddler numbered (also I could live with it!)
On Thursday, 22 September 2016 11:33:28 UTC+1, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
> But that will work for lists, not for headers.. Will it?
> Amazingly, modern browsers do allow the CSS list numbering machinery to be
> applied to any element, including headings:
> Best wishes
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