Did you know there's an easy way to create a descending list of numbered items with pure HTML? The only thing you'll need is the
reversed attribute. This boolean attribute is specific to
ol elements and specifies that the list's elements are in reverse order (i.e. numbered from high to low).
<ol reversed> <li>My third favorite</li> <li>My second favorite</li> <li>My absolute favorite</li> </ol> <!-- 3. My third favorite 2. My second favorite 1. My absolute favorite -->
Additionally, you can combine
reversed with the
start attribute which is an integer specifying the initial value of the list counter. For example, if you wanted to display the numbers 6 through 4 in a reversed 3-item list, you would simply add
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