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<title>CSS 2.1 Test Suite: Order of counters in out-of-flow content</title>
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ul { display: block; margin: 0; padding: 0; counter-reset: c; }
li { counter-increment: c; }
li, div { display: block; margin: 0; padding: 0;
width: 3em; border: thin solid; }
li:before, div:before { content: counter(c); }
#four { border: none; }
#four:before { content: none; }
#two { float: left; }
#three { position: relative; }
#four { position: relative; }
#four div { position: absolute; left: 8em; }
#six { position: absolute; top: 5em; left: 12em; }
#eight { position: fixed; top: 8em; left: 4em; }
<p>You should see nine boxes below, each just containing a unique
multiple of eleven, from 11 to 99, and nothing else.</p>
<li id="one">1</li>
<li id="two">2</li>
<li id="three">3</li>
<li id="four"><div>4</div></li>
<li id="five">5</li>
<li id="six">6</li>
<li id="seven">7</li>
<li id="eight">8</li>
<li id="nine">9</li>