How do I remove the serial number when copying the & lt; ol & gt; & lt; li & gt; tag in HTML? I have a movie website. the download link for publishing a TV series is as follows: & lt; ol & gt; & lt; li & gt; link 1 & lt;/li & gt; & lt; li & gt; link 2 & lt; in/li & gt; & lt; li & gt HTML
- How to remove serial numbers when copying tags
I have a movie website that uses the following form to publish a download link for a TV series:
In this way, the style displayed on the page is:
1. link 1
2. connection 2
3. link 3
If you use a Google browser or a browser, multiple links are copied together, and there are no numbers 1, 2, and 3 in the front, the download task will automatically pop up. Convenient! If you use the IE kernel browser, multiple links will be copied together, even the 123 labels will be copied !! Is there a way to make these links display 123 labels without copying the labels during replication? can CSS be controlled like in Google? Please help me !!
Note: There is no way not to display the label, but not to copy it.
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