Numbered (ordered) lists
Make an ordered (numbered) list of items. Each item is preceded by a hash sign #.
Textile example: Numbered (ordered) lists
# Item one ## Item one-a ## Item one-b # Item two # Item three
Textile input (editable)
More about: Numbered (ordered) lists
1. Mixed lists:
* This is a bullet ## this is the start of an enumerated list within a bulleted list ## this is another item list of an enumerated list within a bulleted list *** this is another level *** and another bullet * This is another bullet at level 1
2. Attributes can be applied to individual list items, or to the list itself:
style attribute modifier is put on the very first item in the list, then the markup will be applied to the container.
#(class#id) Item 1 # Item 2 # Item 3
<ol class="class" id="id"> <li>Item 1</li> <li>Item 2</li> <li>Item 3</li> </ol>
But if you also wish to put a
class attribute on individual items in the list, you simply make the first list item end with a
. dot immediately after the attributes. That holds the container modifiers, and then proceed as normal.
#(class#id). #(first) Item 1 #(second) Item 2 #(third) Item 3
<ol class="class" id="id"> <li class="first">Item 1</li> <li class="second">Item 2</li> <li class="third">Item 3</li> </ol>
You can put the
style attribute modifiers on any list item; this works for ordered, unordered and definition lists.
Note: Due to the way the lists are processed, you need a
. after the attributes of your ‘empty’ list item to trigger the correct behaviour.
3. For continuation of a list’s numbering from where you previous ordered list finished, you can let Textile know using the continuation character:
#8 Enumerated list, starting by number eight # List item No. 9 Some text paragraph #_ Continuing list item, numbered as 10 # Item 11