I am working on a book that has a long lists of paragraphs that are numbered as in a numbered list. Within several of the paragraphs are blockquotes, and one in particular has a blockquote followed by a resumptive paragraph (i.e. no indent, resuming after a quote).
When such breaks in paragraphs in the list occur, the numbering for my list starts over at 1. I should note that I am using ScribeNet to convert our books from marked up InDesign or Word documents, so you can't just put
<li></li> tags around things. Instead, what Scribe wants is for each paragraph to have a paragraph class specified in the CSS such as
<p class="nl"> where nl is shorthand for numbered list and points to
.nl in my CSS file.
I could probably just overcome this problem by using standard HTML list conventions, but I am uncertain if this is considered "best practice" within the e-book community. Is there a way to do this just using Scribe's format?