1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There's a visual representation of what I am aiming for, in Question 1's Figure 2.: https://www.docdroid.net/P6VZNB1/soe...df.html#page=3 2. Relevant equations https://www.w3schools.com/CSSref/pr_gen_counter-increment.asp 3. The attempt at a solution Hello to everyone who's reading this. I looked at various websites, including several YouTube videos, but still I'm really struggling with CSS counter stuff. Basically, all I am trying to do is to make the numbering of an ordered list continue when the ordered list goes from row n to row n+1. The following is my HTML syntax.: http://pastebin.com/hw8rmUWB [Broken] The following is my CSS syntax, where the last three selectors are what I'm struggling with (as indicated by the comment).: http://pastebin.com/cYFynxAs [Broken] Could someone please help me figure out why the numbering is showing twice in each table cell (despite the CSS incrementation seemingly working semi-correctly)? It seems like the CSS is creating some different numbering, rather than modifying the default numbering of unordered lists. Any help in figuring out why what I am trying to accomplish is not working would be GREATLY appreciated!