Re: HTML Page Break
Is it possible to create a page break within an HTML table?
In general, no.
That said, there *are* CSS2 pagination properties:
Browser support is spotty and, even if it weren't, these properties (page-break-before, page-break-after, page-break-inside, widows, orphans) are strong reminders that all CSS properties are rightly termed 'hints'.
But there's no reason you can't try them. In a single-browser environment (maybe that Microsoft one; what's it called?), if you can get some of them to work you'll at least be sure they work the same for all. Naturally this relates only to printing.
page-break-before and page-break-after are partially supported by MSIE 5.5+.
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