That's pretty much what we did; usually <hx> and <p>, with <ul> where appropriate. But I still look longingly at the counters in CSS, and grimace everytime someone says, "But we have to add in another point between 2 and 3..."

On 2007-Oct-14, at 14:10 , <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Certainly for this example, the use of an ordered list is incorrect - there is a strong hint there in the description; this should be marked up with <p> tags, with the identifier as the first bit of text, ie the number is content in this example. If you think about it, the 'label' of each item MUST remain the same, regardless of how much or little of the document is quoted, and more to the point adding or removing content MUST NOT alter the numbering. This is the exact opposite of what an OL is intended to do.

Mike




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