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Subject: HTML Formatting Procedure Steps
Formatting Procedure Steps differently. In looking in lists.xsl, I see that Procedures are just <OL></OL> and steps are <LI></LI> I'd much rather format them as <div class="step"> <h3>Step x</h3> ... </div> and make the procedure templates no-ops. The problem comes in that Steps don't actually seem to keep track of their number on their own. is it fairly simple to do this? Anyone done it? 1.1 - I need to make the Procedure/Step numbering consistent across an entire "something" (lets say sect1 or article). This is because my style of writing tends to put numbered steps, with the reasoning behind the action, or what is next to do outside of the step itself. Ideally, <procedure> <step>Do the first thing</step> <para>What we'll do next in a conceptual overview, and why.</para> <step>The next thing</step> <procedure> producing Step 1 Do the first thing What we'll do next in a conceptual overview, and why. Step 2 The next thing It seems the only way I can do this now is by using multiple procedures, and changing the numbering to be consistent across a section or the entire article.