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Drupal view ordered list

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I am creating a view in Drupal of three fields of a page node, title, a short phrase and the body which should look like this:
Title                                  Short phrase
<      Body all the way across.        >
So I am floating the title left and the short phrase right and then clearing both and floating the body left. The problem is that the ordered list number disappears. I can't show this page yet because it isn't online. I have googled and tried a few things like making the title have a left margin to leave room for the number, and setting the list position to outside but nothing I have tried works.
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If your <li> elements have a negative left margin, the numbers will be hidden. Double check that that is not the case for you.
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Thanks for trying, I am assigning the points anyway. I didn't have any negative margins. The research I did showed that the default setting for the position was outside, and I was setting to outside thinking that would make it show up, but out of desperation, I tried setting the position to inside, and voila, I could see it! Sometimes CSS is SOOOOO hard and the opposite thing is what works.
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