Ordered lists (MediaWiki)

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Create ordered lists by using the # symbol - easy enough!

Start with another number than 1

See the source code below about starting a list with another number than 1:

Ordered lists - Starting from 1 - This is the normal usual way to create a list, and it always starts at 1

  1. one
  2. two
  3. three

Ordered lists - Starting from another number, using #? This doesn't work. You actually get a normal ordered list (because of the # symbols) within an ordered list started with < ol start="2"> - hence the large intend

    1. first item
    2. second item
    3. third item

The only way to create an ordered list, starting from another number than 1, is by using < ol start="x"> + indicating items with < li> - You can't use # for this:

  1. first item
  2. second item
  3. third item

Change the interval - Nope

  • You can't create a list with other intervals than 1. E.g., a list like 20, 30, ... isn't possible
  • It's also not possible to change the numbering 'halfway' a list, to emulate this.