HTMLOListElementinterface provides special properties (beyond those defined on the regular
HTMLElementinterface it also has available to it by inheritance) for manipulating ordered list elements.
Boolean indicating that spacing between list items should be reduced. This property reflects the
compact attribute only, it doesn't consider the
line-height CSS property used for that behavior in modern pages.
long value reflecting the
start and defining the value of the first number of the first element of the list.
DOMString value reflecting the
type and defining the kind of marker to be used to display. It can have the following values:
'1' meaning that decimal numbers are used:
'a' meaning that the lowercase latin alphabet is used:
'A' meaning that the uppercase latin alphabet is used:
'i' meaning that the lowercase latin numerals are used:
'I' meaning that the uppercase latin numerals are used:
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