CSS counter-increment Property
To increment counter for a numbered sequence
Definition and Notes.
1. The CSS counter-increment property is used to create counters which can be incremented or decremented by any value, positive or negative or zero.
2.If nothing is specified as a value, it is set to its default value of 1.
CSS counter-increment property.
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|none||No counter will get Incremented|
|id number||It defines the counter which is to be incremented.It defines the number by which the counter will get incremented on each occurence of a given selector.|
|inherit||The value of counter-increment is inherited from the parent element|
|Value||[<identifier> <integer> ?]+ |none | inherit|
|Applies to||all elements|
|Computed Value||Same as declared Value|