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page-break-after


Property Description

The page-break-after property sets the page-breaking behavior after an element.

This property has the following syntax:

page-break-after: auto|always|avoid|left|right|initial|inherit;

Property Values

Value Description
auto (default) Insert a page break after the element if necessary
always Forces a page break after the element
avoid Avoid a page break after the element
left1 Insert page breaks after the element until it reaches a blank left page
right1 Insert page breaks after the element until it reaches a blank right page
initial Specifies that the value of the property should be set to the default value
inherit Specifies that the value of the property should be inherited from the parent element

Examples

This example shows how to ensure an h1 element never ends up at the bottom of a page.

h1 {
  page-break-after: avoid;
}

Browser Support

Chrome Firefox IE Safari Opera
1.0 1.01 4.01 1.2 7.0

1 - 'left', 'right' not supported by IE and Firefox

Miscellaneous Information

Inherited: No
Defined In: CSS2
Default Value: auto


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