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Re: [csswg-drafts] [css-page-floats] should intersect with [css-page] (#3780)

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Date: Sun, 31 Mar 2019 19:38:59 +0000
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Thanks for the reply, Rachel, but the spread-pseudos, which I had seen, as well as everything else in the css-page specification, seem to only affect the way the page itself is formatted with respect to margins, gutter, etc. But I can't see how to affect content layout based on the page being an odd or even page. Perhaps I didn't state the question clearly, so I'll try for an example to clarify.

Imagine a large, box to be laid out by fragmentation and it turns out it will take 10 pages... somewhere in the "middle" there is a float.  How do I instruct, using current or proposed standard CSS, that the float should be to the left if it is on an even page, or to the right if it is on an odd page?

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