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Attribute for <OL ...>
TYPE = 1 | A | a | I | i

TYPE sets the type of numbering to use.

comments this code produces this
1 is the default: normal Arabic numerals.
<OL TYPE=1>
<LI>Turn left on Maple Street
<LI>Turn right on Clover Court
</OL>
  1. Turn left on Maple Street
  2. Turn right on Clover Court
A makes the list use capital letters
<OL TYPE=A>
<LI>Turn left on Maple Street
<LI>Turn right on Clover Court
</OL>
  1. Turn left on Maple Street
  2. Turn right on Clover Court
a makes the list use lowercase letters
<OL TYPE=a>
<LI>Turn left on Maple Street
<LI>Turn right on Clover Court
</OL>
  1. Turn left on Maple Street
  2. Turn right on Clover Court
I makes the list use capital Roman Numerals
<OL TYPE=I>
<LI>Turn left on Maple Street
<LI>Turn right on Clover Court
</OL>
  1. Turn left on Maple Street
  2. Turn right on Clover Court
i makes the list use lowercase Roman Numerals
<OL TYPE=i>
<LI>Turn left on Maple Street
<LI>Turn right on Clover Court
</OL>
  1. Turn left on Maple Street
  2. Turn right on Clover Court

TYPE is particularly useful for making outlines.

this code produces this
<H3>Meeting Agenda</H3>

<OL TYPE=A>
<LI>Budget
     <OL TYPE=a>
     <LI>Equipment
     <LI>Salaries
     </OL>
<LI>Convention Plans
     <OL TYPE=a>
     <LI>Accomodations
     <LI>Schedule
     </OL>
</OL>

Meeting Agenda

  1. Budget
    1. Equipment
    2. Salaries
  2. Convention Plans
    1. Accomodations
    2. Schedule




 

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