Style counterIncrement Property
Change the counterIncrement property:
document.getElementById("myH1").style.counterIncrement = "subsection";
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The counterIncrement property increments one or more counter values.
The counterIncrement property is usually used together with the counterReset property and the content property.
Return the counterIncrement property:
Set the counterIncrement property:
object.style.counterIncrement = "none|id|initial|inherit"
|Default value. No counters will be incremented
|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
|Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial
|Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit
|A String, representing the counter-increment property of an element