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FireFox Page Break Does not work - Please Help

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Please be gentle as I'm a rookie HTML person :) ...In fact, I use Go LIve CS2 to create my HTML...I'm now (this week) starting to use Adobe's Dreamweaver CS4...

My issue is that I have HTML that is used locally at the PC level...It's a series of JPGs, tables, and text boxes that can be printed out in a report format (converted to a PDF if you will)...

In IE6 & IE7, I used this code to force a page break:

<div class="break">&nbsp;</div>

In Fire Fox, the generated HTML output looks fine...However, if I try to print it, the objects are truncated and appear to be in between the individual pages...My theory is that the &nbsp is causing the problems

I guess I'm asking is how does one force page breaks in Fire Fox?

Oct 30 '08 #1
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Have you defined the "break" div in a stylesheet? You will need to set the width and height manually for it to be displayed properly.
Oct 30 '08 #2

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