The markup question got me too, and I ressurected an old test with leaders
and had done some while ago. It used background images instead of dotted
borders though, but the markup was based on nested ULs. (Could be OLs too)
Thinking of it now, it might even be true that each item should itself be a
DL, begin the name DT, and the page number DD. This mix of OL||ULs and DLs
should make applying CSS a piece of cake, browser issues apart.
> Whipping this off the top of my head in one evening, I didn't come up with
> a good way in mark-up to express the parent-child relationship between
> sections and their sub-sections either, but neither did the original
> example. Maybe somebody can come up with something better.