--- Comment #18 from Timeshifter <zedlight...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Yair Rand from comment #17)
> To just get the fixed numbering column without manually adding cells to each
> row or using JS, one could use CSS generated-content cells with counters: ...
It works great, and is a lot easier to use than the row-numbering method I was
I am using Yair Rand's method on a ShoutWiki wiki. Currently using this easy
method on the tables on these pages:
Before I would have to manually create a cell at the beginning of each row in
the table. Here is the table with the old method:
Now all I have to do is add this to the top line of any table:
I adapted the CSS a little. Here it is:
I removed the border coloring, and I used # for the header. See:
# is more common in American English.
I hope this easy method can be implemented soon on Wikipedia and the Commons.
It is by far the easiest auto-row-numbering method I have seen. It would make
things a lot easier than the hacks currently listed at Help:Sorting:
*https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Sorting - see "Static column" and following
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