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divsection:before {content: "Section: " counter(section) " "; counter-increment: section;} /* Add 1 to section */ h1chapter:before topten:before {content: counter(chapterno, upper-latin) " "; counter-increment: chapterno;} {content: counter(countdown) " "; counter-increment: countdown -1; }
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This property contains a list of one or more counter names to be cleared or set to a particular value
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counter-reset: counter-name1 [integer] counter-nameN [integer] | none | inherit
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The syntax shows the property accepts one or more names of counters, each one optionally followed by an integer The integer indicates what the counter value should be set to; when a value is not specified, the counter is set to 0
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divchapter {counter-reset: section;} /* Set section to 0 */ ol {counter-reset: sectioncount listcount x y;} /* Sets four counters to 0 */ #foo {counter-reset: globalCount 5;} /* set to 5 for some reason */
5:
CSS Syntax and Property Reference
Compatibility
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cursor
This property determines how the cursor displays when passed over the affected element
Syntax
cursor: url(address of cursor file) | auto | crosshair | default | pointer | move | e-resize | ne-resize | nw-resize | n-resize | se-resize | sw-resize | s-resize | w-resize | text | wait | help | progress | inherit
PART II
The default value, auto, leaves the cursor display to be determined by the user agent, so the cursor will display according to either the browser defaults or the user system settings The common renderings of the values listed in CSS 21 are shown in Table 5-7 The value url() can be used to reference a cursor source; multiple cursor sources should be listed As with fonts, the user agent should attempt to render the first cursor listed, try the second one if necessary, and ultimately default to the generic cursor value listed last, which should be listed though it is likely to default to auto appropriately in conformant browsers:
<p style="cursor: url(greenarrowcur), url(greenarrowpng), auto">Custom</p>
Note that the file type of the cursor linked to will depend on what the browser may support, and some browsers, such as Internet Explorer, may allow for animated cursors CSS3 adds a number of new cursor values, including the ability to turn the cursor off completely While it is unclear the extent of new cursors that CSS3 will introduce, given its raw state, many have been implemented already in modern browsers Table 5-8 overviews these and provides renderings where possible For more information on emerging CSS3 cursors, see wwww3org/TR/css3-ui/#cursor
Examples
help {cursor: help;} pclickable {cursor: hand;} /* non-standard */ a:longload {cursor: wait;} p {cursor: url("mythingcur"), url("secondcur"), text; }
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Note
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Part II:
Core Style
CSS cursor Property Values auto crosshair default hand help move e-resize ne-resize nw-resize n-resize pointer s-resize se-resize sw-resize text w-resize wait
Description The browser determines the cursor to display based on the current context A simple crosshair, generally resembles a plus symbol The browser s default cursor, generally an arrow A hand pointer (nonstandard but commonly supported) Indicates that Help is available; the cursor is generally rendered as an arrow and a question mark Indicates something is to be moved; usually rendered as four arrows together A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing east-west (left-right) A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing northeast-southwest A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing northwest-southeast A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing north-south Typically renders similar to the browser s default pointing cursor, which is generally a hand A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing north-south A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing southeast-northwest A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing southwest-northeast Indicates text that may be selected or entered; generally rendered as an I-bar A resizing indicator as a double arrow pointing west-east Indicates that the page is busy; generally rendered as an hourglass
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