My 2¢

At my College, we often wish to publish excerpts from official policy manuals &tc where we're showing Section 2.4.7, Paragraphs B through G, points 3-16, and so on...

The CSS counter mechanisms are great for showing the whole document, but fall completely apart when you want to reference just a piece of the document...

On 2007-Oct-13, at 15:28 , <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I can see what you mean, however that would depend to a degree on what the list-number actually represents: perhaps the OP could give us a little more context?

Anyway, no-one has spotted a good answer to this problem, so I merely offered this idea for discussion, as an alternative to other bad ideas - my preferred option would really be to work around the problem...

Mike


-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] on behalf of Patrick H. Lauke
Sent: Sat 10/13/2007 12:25 PM
To: wsg@webstandardsgroup.org
Subject: Re: [WSG] Catch 22 list problem

[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
How hard would it be to have the list start with two empty elements,
removed from view in what ever way works best?

That would be dangerously close to "using markup to achieve a certain
visual effect" though.

P
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Patrick H. Lauke


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