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Lately I've been doing a lot of reference documentation. We used to do it in a Word document until one day a little light-bulb appeared over my head and I realized it was crazy to work in Word when I know web so much better! Fast forward a few months and my new favorite thing about creating a Table of Contents and referencing lists to images is the amount of control I have over said lists.

We all know about the <ul> tag which writes out a bulleted list. And most of us know about the <ol> tag which writes out an ordered list. Now what about if you want a list that reads a) b) c) and so on? Well that is what I am here for my friends

<ol type="a">
<li>item one</li>
<li>item two</li>
<li>item three</li>
</ol>


Writes out:




  1. item one



  2. item two



  3. item three






Pretty spiffy hey?  <ol type="A">  writes out:




  1. item one



  2. item two



  3. item three






And and and adding <ol start="7"> writes out:




  1. item one



  2. item two



  3. item three






And that folks is what is exciting me in the world of CSS this week. Simply because now I have ultimate control, ha ha ha ha ( just kidding), over my lists.
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