Re: Page breaks when you print formatted html docs (Steve Waterbury)
Date: Fri, 3 Jun 1994 19:35:41 +0200
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Subject: Re: Page breaks when you print formatted html docs
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Dan Connolly wrote:  

> On the practical side, I think you can choose either form of markup
> and get the results you're after -- namely, that it doesn't show up on
> the screen when you preview it with Mosaic. Quick check... Crud.
> Mosaic displays &pagebreak; and <?pagebreak>.
> So much for that idea!

But it sounds like such a good idea -- what are the chances of having 
that implemented and put into the HTML spec?  (I.e., that <? ...> and 
&... forms are not displayed by browsers.)  It seems very useful, 
along with being proper SGML.  

Steve Waterbury

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