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    1. Its working on mine. Its simple, really. All that you need to do is go to the editing section of your post. While in visual manager, click on the numbered list button at the top (where there is 1,2,3…). You will discover that WordPress restarts numbering at 1, unlike word where you can continue numbering. Now you go to Text editor. Go to where the number is and in front of the ol, add start=2, or 3, or whatever you want it to be. Let me perhaps make a video to simplify things. will add the link soon

  1. The Gutenberg one is not making sense to me. If I’ve got a list of 10 things, then text, then a list of another 10 things, then text, and so on…are you saying that I need to manually add a number? Because that’s the only thing that I’m getting when I try to do this. The output of number ) text for Gutenberg is the ordered number from the list generator along with another number that I’ve now inserted.

    Or am I inserting the number in the wrong place? I’ve tried between OL and LI, and that causes issues with the block formatting.

    1. Okay. I have updated the method of getting continuous numbering in Gutenberg. I tried posting the reply here but it turns the html into text so you will have to go back to the article (page 2) to get the update.


  2. Just to update you don’t need to fiddle with the code at all. In fact when you create your list, just click on the block, look to the right and you can change the value to anything you want. You can also set the background and font color to anything you want. It’s super easy.

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