Is there any way (using an HTML tag or a script) to force a page break at a certain point in an HTML document when it is being printed? For example, my Web page is about five printed pages long. When it is being printed, I would like to control where the page breaks occur.
In Internet Explorer 4, you can make use of two Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) style attributes: page-break-before and page-break-after. They can be applied as individual attributes within a style tag, or you can create a generalized DIV with a specific class that incorporates the command. These attributes will give no visual indication of the page-break in the on-screen representation of the page, but will cause a break when the document is printed.
For example, if I wanted to break the page after a table, I'd use the option:
Both page-break-before and page-break-after can take one of four values:
auto: (default) the page will break at the end of the element if it's at the logical end of the page (in other words, the regular printing occurs)
always: the page will always break at the indicated location.
left: insert one or two page breaks after the object until a blank left page has been reached.
right: insert one or two page breaks after the object until a blank right page has been reached.