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The CSS WG has published a Last Call Working Draft of CSS Counter Styles Level 3:
This specification better defines the existing ‘list-style-type’ values that were introduced in CSS 2 and 2.1, and defines a few new styles for certain complex numbering systems that were not well served previously.
Additionally, it defines the @counter-style rule, which allows authors to define their own counter styles for use in ‘list-style-type’ and the “counter()” and “counters()” functions. The I18N Working Group is now maintaining a list of example counter styles for many of the world’s numbering systems at http://www.w3.org/International/docs/counter-styles/.
The CSSWG would appreciate feedback on this module, particularly on the aspects changed since the previous working draft:
Significant changes are listed at:
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