Monthly Archives: January 2013

Nested lists in XHTML

There are lots of examples across the Internet explaining how to use CSS to number items on a list. It is certainly worth trying this technique, rather than hard coding the numbers in, or using the now deprecated<start=”15″>, if only … Continue reading

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Towards a SMART Goal for LOCKSS

I mentioned in another post that the number of times LOCKSS appeared as an option on the ‘Find It @ DMU’ menus generated by SFX, our OpenURL Resolver was an interesting figure to examine. I only have one month’s worth … Continue reading

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