ordered lists: type lower alpha?
sgbotsford at gmail.com
Wed Jul 24 08:19:47 EDT 2013
Generalization: Do what you can in CSS.
A very useful addition IMHO would be something like this:
which would be translated for purposes of HTML as
The occurrance of another
would result in
But :::BAR::: wouldn't close the previous DIV.
A small variation could do id= instead of class=
DIVs are natural containers for CSS style elements, where you want to
change the way something is presented.
(I'm not wedded to the colon marker. It probably conflicts with something,
but it sees fairly unobtrusive, and hence in line with the transparency
goal of MD)
This has the downside, that it would be difficult to translate to LaTeX.
But does *anything* do MDD+CSS => LaTeX?
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On 23 July 2013 13:57, John MacFarlane <jgm at berkeley.edu> wrote:
> +++ Klaus Mueller [Jul 23 13 18:40 ]:
> > Hi folks,
> > atm we have in markdown [ordered lists] with the [type] 'arabic
> > numbers' working:
> > 1. one
> > 1. two
> > would it be possible to have also the type 'lower alpha'?
> > a. first
> > a. second
> > The type attribute is deprecated, but it is allowed to supported it
> > or just add an inline css (e.g. " style='list-style-type:
> > lower-alpha;' ").
> It's not standard markdown, but pandoc's extended markdown supports this:
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