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Intermediate HTML

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Directory List <DIR>...</DIR>

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    1. <ol> Ordered List defines the beginning and end of ordered lists used with <li>
      1. Available attributes:
        1. start="number" useful if you want to start with something other than 1
        2. type="1" or "A" or "I" or "a" or "i" for arabic numbers, uppercase letters, uppercase roman numerals, lowercase letters or lowercase roman numberals. The use of this attribute is depreciated in favor of using stylesheets.
        3. compact will display the list in the most compact manner possible but isn't widely supported by many browsers.
        4. To create a stylesheet that will display different types of ordering such as used in this section your stylesheet would look like this:
          ol { list-style-type: upper-roman}
          ol ol { list-style-type: upper-alpha}
          ol ol ol { list-style-type: lower-roma

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