The HTML Attribute reference
"start" - html Attribute (deprecated)
- Specifies the starting number of the first item in an ordered list. Note that while the value of this attribute is an integer, the corresponding label may be non-numeric. Thus, when the list item style is uppercase latin letters (A, B, C, ...), start=3 means "C". When the style is lowercase roman numerals, start=3 means "iii", etc.
- The default starting number is "1".
|ol||This element defines an ordered list.|
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