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06/05/2023 09:06:11 PM (9 months ago)
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  • Ticket #44777, comment 6

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    1 #57920 notes that almost all of the 'classic' bundled themes (up to Twenty Twenty-One) have list style overrides for ordered lists. This was a clear design decision, good or bad, so any ordered lists that do not have the `type` attribute should continue to have the same style as the theme always gave.
     1In #57920, @zoonini notes that almost all of the 'classic' bundled themes (up to Twenty Twenty-One) have list style overrides for ordered lists. This was a clear design decision, good or bad, so any ordered lists that do not have the `type` attribute should continue to have the same style as the theme always gave.
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    33Raising the specificity with `ol:not([type])` could cause other issues. Using `ol:where(:not([type]))` might fit well for this situation in browsers that WordPress officially supports, though old browsers that have trouble with `:where()` might then show their default list type where it should be `none` (from the CSS reset). Adding a style for `ol[type]` only worked with `revert-layer` for me, and that has [https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/revert-layer very low browser support].