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Daniel W. Connolly (connolly@beach.w3.org)
Fri, 22 Dec 1995 21:23:56 -0500

In message <19951222.7B86230.A158@contessa.phone.net>, Mike Meyer writes:
>> I therefore propose a new tag, <PAGE>. When the browser encounters this
>> tag, it should fill the display area with blank lines to the bottom. The
>> <PAGE> tag should also alter the scroll-forward behavior of the browser so t
>My gut reaction is that this is a style sheet issue, and DIV is the
>correct place to hang the behavior. Of course, there's already lots of
>things in HTML that would be improved by integrating them with the DIV

Er... me too. I can imagine:

<style type="application/css">
div[page]: page-break-before: true, page-break-after: true
<div class=page>

Does the CSS draft[1] have some sort of "start new page after this element"
facility? I'll have to go check...


[1] http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/TR/