From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Jun 17 2003 - 07:46:40 PDT
MB> Hi all!
MB> A few questions:
MB> 1. Is it possible to force the start of a new column, i.e. the
MB> rest of the content is moved to the next column. (Not in a table
MB> but in a page with several columns)?
MB> If so, how?
Well, there is no special means for such a flow control in XSL FO.
That kind of effect you want to achieve? I think the only thing that
probably could be of some use is a "keep-together.within-column"
property. If you have <fo:block> with keep-together.within-column="always"
constraint then it will be always moved to the next column if current
one has not enough space to accommodate all of it's contents.
MB> 2. How can I force a rowbreak, comparable to HTML <br>?
This kind of abstraction is not directly applicable to XSL FO. The
best (and natural for XSL FO) way to separate paragraphs of text is to
wrap them in <fo:block> elements. In this case every paragraph will
start from a new line. If you just want to add some spacing between
text blocks consider use of space-before/after properties.
The most "brutal" way to "emulate" HTML <br> is to use a construction
like this one:
This is a non-empty but invisible block, which will force following
text to start from a new line.
Hope this helps.
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
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