Yoohoo, it's me again.\n\nHow do you do large ordered lists, if you need to break them up with\nheadings yet still have it pass validation?\n\n[URL="http://www.thermachek.com/temp/thelawdetail.php"]www.thermachek.com/temp/thelawdetail.php[/URL]\n\nThis is an ordered list of 53 items, a breakdown of the 53 articles in\na UK law. The list is continious but broken by part headings. On\nvalidation I get an error on each "Part1" "Part2" etc item;\n\nLine 285, Column 3: document type does not allow element "H4" here;\nassuming missing "LI" start-tag.\n<h4>\n\nI know what is wrong, I need to finish a list, do the heading then\nstart a new list. So I need the new list to start an a number other\nthan 1, where the previous list finished. The "start" property of the\n<ol> has been deprecieated but no matching CSS has been created.\n\nI have found a bodge for this at...\n[URL]http://tb-one.se/2007/12/29/ol-start-number/[/URL]\n.... but it's a bit long winded. What would you do?\n\nLeave it as it is? No validation but it works. (Must test in other\nbrowsers than FF! Have not done so yet. Must get Safari to load too.)\n\nUse the deprecieated 'start' property? No validation but *may* work in\nmore browsers?\n\nUse the hack above? I will try it, but do you know of any problems\nwith it?\n\nI look forward to having my eyes opened even wider! Happy Easter if\nEaster is your thing.