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  • This block of code allows you to create an Outline Numbered list. So like in Word when you keep indenting something it will assign it different characters (numbers, letters, roman numerals, etc). I would just stick this whole block of code at the very bottom of my Wiki page so that it is out of the way. Only the stuff in the {HTML} tags is required, the stuff that starts with ~tc~ are just comments so you can put anything you like in there. You can extend the depth of the formatting by adding addtional "ol ol ol" sections to the CSS code
    • So....with this code in your wiki page:
      ~tc~ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ~/tc~
      ~tc~ This section of code is to create an outline numbered list, don't modify or remove it unless you know what you are doing ~/tc~
      {HTML()}<style type="text/css">ol {list-style-type: decimal;}ol ol {list-style-type: lower-alpha;}ol ol ol {list-style-type: lower-roman;}
      ol ol ol ol {list-style-type: decimal;}ol ol ol ol ol{list-style-type: lower-alpha;}</style>{HTML}
      ~tc~ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ~/tc~
    • This numbers list:
      # Level 1
      ## Level 1 a
      # Level 2
      ## Level 2 a
      ## Level 2 b
      ### Level 2 b i
      ### Level 2 b ii
      # Level 3
      ## Level 3 a
    • Would look like this:
      > 1. Level 1
      >> a. Level 1 a
      > 2. Level 2
      >> a. Level 2 a
      >> a. Level 2 b
      >>> i. Level 2 b i
      >>> ii. Level 2 b ii
      > 3. Level 3
      >> a. Level 3 a
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