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Re: Amaya: unable to view figures in a web page

From: Keith Rubow <krubow@micro-aide.com>
Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2010 09:04:08 -0800
Message-ID: <4CF92308.5070601@micro-aide.com>
To: www-amaya@w3.org
What do you mean by "figures"? Ordered lists do not have "figures". If 
you mean the bullets that unordered lists (<ul>'s) have, ordered lists 
do not have bullets either, just numbers.

Please clarify.

Keith Rubow

Alma Hunt wrote:
> This is the code after I have removed the <p> tag...
> <ol>
>   <li>Select the Help menu to view the available options.</li>
>   <li>Click Software Updates. This opens the Software Updates and Add-ons
>   page.</li>
>   <li>Click the Available Software tab.</li>
>   <li>Click Add Site. The Add Site window opens.</li>
>   <li>Click Local and browse to the unzip path of
>     mPortal_WDK_UpdateSite_X_XX_XX_Release, provided by mPortal during the
>     release.</li>
>   <li>Click OK. The added local site reflects in the list.</li>
>   <li>Select the newly added site check-box and click Install. You will view
>     the following screens.</li>
>   <li>Click Finish. You will be prompted to restart Eclipse. After you
> restart,
>     mPortal plug-in is available for use.</li>
>   <li>To verify mPortal plug-in, go to New&gt; Project. You will see the
>     mPortal WDK option as shown in Chapter 3: Detailed Feature
> Description.</li>
> </ol>
>
> To my surprise the figures have also disappeared. Kindly help.
>
>
>
>
> Keith Rubow-2 wrote:
>   
>> Peter is correct. No <p> within an <ol> unless it is inside a <li>. But 
>> if you need a paragraph between list items, you can do the following:
>> <ol>
>>   <li>Item 1</li>
>>   <li>Item 2</li>
>> </ol>
>> <p>Paragraph</p>
>> <ol start="3">
>>   <li>Item 3</li>
>> ...
>> </ol>
>>
>> The start attribute causes the list item numbering to start with the 
>> given value, rather than starting over at 1. There is no way to make it 
>> automatically start with the next number from the previous list. If you 
>> add/delete list items, you must adjust the start attribute accordingly.
>>
>> Keith Rubow
>>
>> Peter Kerr wrote:
>>     
>>> On 2/12/2010, at 11:53 PM, Alma Hunt wrote:
>>>
>>>   
>>>       
>>>> I am using Amaya 11.3 ver on the Windows XP Platform. I have created a
>>>> web
>>>> page in which I have numbered list. 
>>>>
>>>> Below is the code in a  procedure where I have inserted figures. Please
>>>> note
>>>> that the numbering will not be right in this code. 
>>>> To get the numbering right, I remove the <ol> tags in between. When I
>>>> refresh the page, the figures have disappeared. 
>>>> This is the first time I am encountering this problem. Kindly help me in
>>>> solving this.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> <ol>
>>>>  <li>Select the Help menu to view the available options.</li>
>>>> </ol>
>>>>
>>>> <p> Images/Eclipse Plugin Images/1.gif </p>
>>>> <ol>
>>>>  <li>Click Software Updates. This opens the Software Updates and
>>>>    Add-ons page.</li>
>>>> </ol>
>>>>     
>>>>         
>>>   
>>>       
>>>> [snip]
>>>>     
>>>>         
>>> By removing the intermediate </ol> <ol>
>>> you have placed a <p>...</p> within the ordered list.
>>> This is illegal unless the <p> is also inside an <li>.
>>>
>>> Curiously both Safari and Firefox on MacOS 10.6 
>>> render your example as you intended, graceful failure
>>> in the face of incorrect markup...
>>>
>>> Peter Kerr
>>>
>>>
>>> .
>>>
>>>   
>>>       
>>
>>
>>     
>
>   
Received on Friday, 3 December 2010 17:04:56 UTC

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