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  1. lorem ipsum.

  2. lorem ipsum

link

  1. lorem ipsum

  2. lorem ipsum

picuture

  1. lorem ipsum

  2. lorem ipsum


Though I used 3., 4., 5., and 6., the system however reset the enumeration? unless I put it right after the inserted picture/link, rather than in the newline.

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marked as duplicate by Lord_Farin, TMM, J. M. is a poor mathematician, Julian Kuelshammer, Martin Jun 1 '13 at 8:04

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When you completely break paragraphs (double line return), the ordered list starts afresh. A workaround is as I have done below. Use two spaces at the end of a line, followed by only a single carriage return (not two).


  1. lorem ipsum.

  2. lorem ipsum
    link

  3. lorem ipsum

  4. lorem ipsum
    picuture

  5. lorem ipsum

  6. lorem ipsum

Source:

1. lorem ipsum.

2. lorem ipsum  
[link][1]

3. lorem ipsum 

4. lorem ipsum  
![picuture][1]

5. lorem ipsum 

6. lorem ipsum
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  • $\begingroup$ The effect of a new paragraph can also be emulated by <br/><br/>, although some consider that to clutter the source. $\endgroup$ – Lord_Farin May 31 '13 at 22:43
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    $\begingroup$ <br> is shorter and is what the Markdown processor itself generates. Thankfully, the idea that everything must validate as XML faded out a while ago. </rant> @Lord_Farin $\endgroup$ – ˈjuː.zɚ79365 May 31 '13 at 23:19

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