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Article suggests misuse of unordered lists

In section #Extra indentation of lists, the table suggests that ordered lists should be wrapped into unordered lists when starting with indices other that 1.

The entire section is devoted to addressing a rendering issue encountered in some browsers, which may no longer be true. Thus, the section may be obsolete.

The part that <ul> elements with no child <li> elements transform into <div> elements is no longer true. As of now (I checked the page's HTML) they remain <ul> elements, resulting in invalid HTML not that Gamepedia is not already using invalid HTML on a regular basis.

In addition, the section #Multi-column numbered list shows an incorrect way to create HTML-based lists, by using <li> tags as delimiters and avoiding closing tags. Even though this generates valid HTML as of now, this is not guaranteed to remain so, and absence of closing tags breaks wikitext syntax highlighting. --AttemptToCallNil (talk) 16:36, 15 July 2019 (UTC)