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Put references in an ordered list in scholarly.html #48

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larsgw opened this Issue May 28, 2016 · 1 comment

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larsgw commented May 28, 2016

When the scholarly.html is created, the reference lis are put in an unordered list (ul). Is there any reason for this not to be an ordered list (ol), as is specified in the w3c spec?

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Good suggestion. The "scholarly Html" is not yet W3C consistent and has much of the original markup from the publisher. We first have to decide what the Reference section is. We may also need to check any publisher numbering - some number this section and others do not.

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petermr commented May 29, 2016

Good suggestion. The "scholarly Html" is not yet W3C consistent and has much of the original markup from the publisher. We first have to decide what the Reference section is. We may also need to check any publisher numbering - some number this section and others do not.

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