Tested in this page:
This test page uses CSS rather than HTML attributes. We're using a custom CSS counter (no way to use/overwrite the default list counter?). CSS 2.1 reference: http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS2/generate.html#counters.
Note that, in CSS 2.1, it seems that there is no way to count backwards
(for instance for a list of 6 elements you would have 6, 5, 4, …). To get
this effect with CSS counters, you would need to know how many items there
are in the list, start from this (
counter-reset) and use a
I said it was an illusion, right?
Look, not working with more (or less) items: