Actually, read this page instead:
http://www.arraystudio.com/as-workshop/make-ol-list-start-from-number-different-than-1-using-css.html
I just realised that is not in XHTML.

On 11/10/2007, Svip <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Try <ol start="3"> instead.
>
> Regards,
> Svip
>
> On 11/10/2007, Keryx Web <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > Hi all!
> >
> > Short version:
> >
> > A. <li value="3"> is not allowed in strict HTML 4/XHTML 1.0, Spec says
> > "use CSS".
> >
> > B. I want to start at 3.
> >
> > C: CSS has no means to specify a start value!
> >
> > Pick your poison:
> >
> > 1. Invalid code
> > 2. Use a transitional DOCTYPE
> > 3. Set value with DOM-script
> >
> >
> > Long version:
> >
> > How do we handle clear errors in the (X)HTML specs? This one seems to
> > indicate:
> >
> > a. Lack of communication between (X)HTML WG and CSS WG at W3C
> > b. Bad thinking by the (X)HTML WG (in the past - on this issue), as the
> > starting value is content, not presentation.
> >
> > But regardless of whom I should blame there is a problem to solve. I
> > would like to know which solution that you would use and why.
> >
> >
> > Lars Gunther
> >
> >
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