Sent by Syntactic: Jim Wilkinson on 27 August 2004 20:08
>> ... Is there a way of keeping each row of the
>> table together on the printed version?
Can't offer you much joy, I'm afraid. The page-break properties are poorly
supported by browsers: see the section on "Page breaks" on the Wiki page
The most obvious solution, for those browsers that *do* offer support,
but, re-reading the CSS2 spec, it says that the page-break properties
apply only to block-level elements (Sec 13.3.1). The <tr> element is not
strictly block-level but is table-row (as in display: table-row).
Can any wise person advise what exactly the CSS2 spec means by
"block-level": (1) as in display: block (which rules out <tr>); or (2) as
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