CSS fallback Descriptor
fallback descriptor is used with the
@counter-style at-rule to provide a fallback counter system when the current counter style can't be used.
@counter-style rule accepts a name, followed by a number of descriptors, which define the counter style. The
fallback descriptor allows you to specify a fallback counter system when the current counter style canâ€™t create a representation for a given counter value.
Here's an example of using the
If your browser supports the
@counter-style at-rule, the above code could result in a list that looks something like this:
fallback descriptor accepts the following values.
The counter-style-name is the name of a counter style (i.e. the counter style you want to use as the fallback style).
The initial value of the
fallback descriptor is
decimal. Therefore, if there's no counter style with the given name, the counter will use