Style counterIncrement Property
Change the counterIncrement property:
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Definition and Usage
The counterIncrement property increments one or more counter values.
The counterIncrement property is usually used together with the counterReset property and the content property.
The counterIncrement property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: IE8 supports the counterIncrement property only if a !DOCTYPE is specified.
Return the counterIncrement property:
Set the counterIncrement property:
|none||Default value. No counters will be incremented|
|id number||The id defines which counter that should be incremented. The number sets how much the counter will increment on each occurrence of the selector. The default increment is 1. 0 or negative values, are allowed. If the id refers to a counter that has not been initialized by counter-reset, the default initial value is 0|
|initial||Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit|
|Return Value:||A String, representing the counter-increment property of an element|
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