I've been trying to create ordered lists in html that don't start at 1.
3. List item 3
4. List item 4
The easy route of using the 'start=' attribute in the <ol > tag
e.g. <ol start="3" >, however , contravenes that laws of XHTML transitional 1.0
(e.g. you get the "Attribute 'Start' is considered outdated" warning in VS2005)
Does anyone know of a valid way of starting ordered lists at some point other than one ???
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