The pageBreakAfter property sets or returns the page-break behavior after an element (for printing or print preview).
Note: The pageBreakAfter property has no effect on absolutely positioned elements.
Set the pageBreakAfter property:
Return the pageBreakAfter property:
|auto||Insert a page break after the element if necessary. This is default|
|always||Always insert a page break after the element|
|avoid||Avoid a page break after the element|
|"" (empty string)||Page break is not inserted after the element|
|left||Insert one or two page breaks after the element, so the next page is considered a left page|
|right||Insert one or two page breaks after the element, so the next page is considered a right page|
|inherit||The value of the pageBreakAfter property is inherited from parent element|
The pageBreakAfter property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: The value "inherit" is not supported in IE7 and earlier. IE8 requires a !DOCTYPE. IE9 supports "inherit".
Always set a page break after each <p> element with id="footer":
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