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- Jukka K. Korpela
August 16, 2003, 6:22 am
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<ol start="0">, or <li value="0"> in the first <li> element. But some old
browsers don't get it right but start at 1 anyway. To stay on the really
safe side, make the numbering part of the <li> element contents, and use
<ul> together with list-style: none in CSS.
Neither are most of us, but the worst thing is that major browsers like IE
haven't implemented it.
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