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[whatwg] [HTML5] Named start values for lists?

From: dolphinling <lists@dolphinling.net>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 2006 07:15:20 -0400
Message-ID: <44A3B648.7080401@dolphinling.net>
dolphinling wrote:
> As for how this would interact with CSS Counters... It appears counters 
> in CSS 3 are insufficient even to handle the already-in-spec start= and 
> value= attributes. That should probably be taken up with the CSS WG.

I've mailed www-style (not with any ideas, just bringing it up). The 
thread should be named [CSS 3 counters] Dealing with <ol start=""> and 
<li value=""> ?

However, my messages have a history of not going through there ( >:o ), 
so if it's not there in a day or so and no one else has started a 
thread, perhaps someone can forward it for me?



Subject: [CSS 3 counters] Dealing with <ol start=""> and <li value=""> ?

The WHAT WG's WA1 draft brings back the start attribute on ordered lists 
and introduces a value attribute on individual list items, and semantic 
grouping of lists (saying two <ol></ol>s are in fact one list) is being 
discussed. Unless I missed something in my (admittedly quick) reading, 
the Counters section in both CSS 2.1 and CSS 3 seems insufficient to 
deal with this.

I don't actually have any thoughts on how to solve it, but just wanted 
to make sure it didn't get lost in the void.

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