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Page Breaks

The term page has two meanings on the Web: It’s an informal term for a document (a “Web page”), and it refers to sheets of paper that come out of the printer when you print a document. In this chapter, “page” always refers to the latter of the two.

One of the most common complaints people have when printing from the Web is that page breaks appear in the wrong places and don’t appear in the right places! For example, a page break should not normally occur immediately after a heading. Instead, the page should be broken before the heading so that the heading occurs on the top of the next page. This way, the heading and the first paragraph, which logically belong together, remain together visually as well.


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