The counter-reset property in CSS is used to create or reset the CSS counter for elements. This property works together with counter-increment property and the content property.
counter-reset = none|name number|initial|inherit;
- none: It is the default value. This value does not reset the counter.
- name number: The value to reset the counter on each occurrence of the element. The default value is 0 if not specified.
- initial: It sets the counter-reset property to its default value.
- inherit: The element inherits the property from its parent element.
Example 1: This example use counter-reset property to create section.
Example 2: This example use counter-reset property to create section and subsection.
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by counter-reset property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 4.0
- Internet Explorer 8.0
- Firefox 2.0
- Safari 3.1
- Opera 9.6
- HTML | DOM Style counterReset Property
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- CSS | top Property
- Web API | DOMRect top property
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- CSS | transition Property
- CSS | align-self Property
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