Message-Id: <01BB5F4F.A8E95660@IPC> From: "Imagination's End" <I.End@bigpic.com> To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" <email@example.com> Subject: RE: Controlling page breaks in printouts Date: Fri, 21 Jun 1996 08:57:20 -0600 <BLOCK> </BLOCK> Otherwise you would need Microsoft-Word-type attributes such as "keep=20 lines together" and "keep with next item", which I don't like and in=20 any case seem to be less in the spirit of HTML. -- Unless this BLOCK attribute somehow manipulates the actualy display = of the data I'm not sure it should be considered as part of the = standard. It appears as though right from the beginning HTML was not = meant for being printed out. To start defining printing sepcification = would almost seem as a waste of time. Exactly how does one print out a = Java applet or embedded movie? And Tables could a be a real problem, = for many of them extend well past one page. BUT, if browsers supported = such tags as BLOCK for printing only, it would'nt make much difference = to display if you threw them in or not.