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    Counter property

    Can anyone tell me if they've had any luck using the CSS 2 counter property?

    I am trying to achieve an ordered list that goes..

    1.
    1.1
    1.2
    2.
    2.1
    2.2
    2.3
    3.
    3.1

    etc...

    Accoding to w3c, http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/generate.html#counters this should work however I am using IE 6, and it just seems as though it's not supported.

    Any ideas?

    thx

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    I do not think that the counter property is widely supported yet and I am certain that it isn't supported by IE6.

    Any ideas?
    Don't use it.

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    Opera 7.xx is the only browser I have got it to work on, you can always do a search for my past posts use this search string: frobozz

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    no browsers fully (or even partially) support css2 yet
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    Thank guys.

    We can only keep on dreaming of having those standards working!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leoo24
    no browsers fully (or even partially) support css2 yet
    Heard of Mozilla or Opera, or maybe Safari? All have "partial" support for CSS2, and Mozilla even has a little CSS3 thrown in for good measure .

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    Heard of Mozilla or Opera, or maybe Safari? All have "partial" support for CSS2, and Mozilla even has a little CSS3 thrown in for good measure .
    yeah sure, as usual i don't get my sarcasm across very well online

    I meant that what they do support can't even hardly be considered partial
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