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Re: Reversing list order

From: Yung-Fong Tang <ftang@netscape.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 16:04:11 -0800
Message-ID: <3E76627B.7030902@netscape.com>
To: John Lewis <lewi0371@mrs.umn.edu>
CC: www-style@w3.org
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I thought the origional request just want to used to implement the "Top 
Ten" in the "Late Show with David Letterman" such as
http://www.cbs.com/latenight/lateshow/top_ten/archive/ls_topten_archive2003/ls_topten_archive_20030225.shtml

I guess I misunderstand the request.

John Lewis wrote:

>Yung-Fong wrote on Monday, March 17, 2003 at 4:46:23 PM:
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>  
>
>>Is that true this could be achieve by counter-increment: with -1 in
>>CSS2 already?
>>    
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>Partly, if I understand the original message correctly.
>
>"The integer indicates by how much the counter is incremented for
>every occurrence of the element. The default increment is 1. Zero and
>negative integers are allowed."
>
>However, this will only change the numbering of the list. It will not
>actually reorder the list. (CSS stays away from that sort of thing.)
>In effect, something like this:
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>    1. Item one
>    2. Item two
>    3. Item three
>
>Could become this:
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>    3. Item one
>    2. Item two
>    1. Item three
>
>But the desired effect is this:
>
>    3. Item three
>    2. Item two
>    1. Item one
>
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