1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 2, 2015 7:44 AM by jeph.yang

    How do I continue numbering in an ordered list when inserting an image in the list?

    kim.smith

      Even if I remove the extra <ol> & </ol> tags that are inserted, it still restarts the numbering. See example below:

       

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        • Re: How do I continue numbering in an ordered list when inserting an image in the list?

          Hi Kim,

           

          I'm sorry to hear about the numbering list issue you're seeing.  I'm not sure which version of Jive you're on, but when I create a list, I've always used Shift+Return (Enter) before inserting an image and then a normal carriage return at the end of the image to resume the number. I delete any excess lines when they're present to restart/adjust the numbering.  For example, here's your same data (using copy and paste without formatting) being edited in the Jive Community:

           

          numbered_list_existing_data.gif

           

          And here's an example from scratch:

           

          numbered_list_from_scratch.gif

           

          After the image, are you doing a carriage return?  And are you creating the list from scratch, or are you editing existing data (first screencap)?

           

          Regards,

          Jeph Yang