The ExpertPdf converter supports the following CSS styles to control the page breaks: page-break-before:always, page-break-after:always and page-break-inside:avoid. For example, with the page-break-after:always style applied to a HTML element (image, text, etc) you instruct the converter to insert a page break right after that element is rendered.
By default the html to pdf converter always tries to avoid breaking the text between PDF pages. You can disable this behavior using the PdfConverter.AvoidTextBreak property. Also you can enable the converter to avoid breaking the images between PDF pages using the PdfConverter.AvoidImageBreak. By default this property is false.
An advanced and very useful feature when creating PDF reports is the Keep Together feature which can be implemented with the page-break-inside:avoid style. This instructs the converter to avoid breaking the content of a group of HTML elements you want to keep together on the same page. If you think you can apply this style to a table, a table row or a div element you can easily understand the utility of this feature.
Below is an example of using the page-break-inside:avoid style. The table contains a large number of rows, each row containing an image in the left and a text in the right and we don’t want a row to span on two pages.
<table> <tr style="page-break-inside : avoid"> <td> <img width="100" height="100" src="img1.jpg"> </td> <td> My text 1 </td> </tr> <tr style="page-break-inside : avoid"> <td> <img width="100" height="100" src="img2.jpg"> </td> <td> My text 2 </td> </tr> </table>
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