Monthly Archives: July 2013
Predefined Counter Styles describes numbering systems used by various cultures around the world and can be used as a reference for those wishing to create their own user-defined counter styles for CSS.
The document provides support for people using the CSS Counter Styles Level 3, which has just moved to Last Call. It will be published, after review, as a WG Note. It will be updated on an ongoing basis as needs arise.
A set of tests are also currently being developed, along with results to show built-in support and support via counter-styles definitions for the counter-styles defined here.
A report is now available summarizing the Workshop on Richer Internationalization for eBooks, which took place 4 June in Tokyo.
The Workshop was Hosted by Keio University, and sponsored by Intel as well as W3C organization sponsor Google.
(Learn more about W3C’s new Digital Publishing Activity, how to get involved in the Digital Publishing Interest Group, and the agenda of the workshop on Publishing and the Open Web Platform, which takes place in September in Paris; position paper deadline 15 July.)