Template:Page break/doc

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Usage[edit]

To break up discontiguous runs of pages. For continuing text, use of <pages>, as per style is preferred.

  • 1 word to be used
  • 2, positioning of the line and label:
  • Add top for the line to be above label
  • Add left for the label to be in the left margin, and no break in the text (recommended for continuous text)
  • Leave blank or write bottom for the line to be below the label
  • label, prefixing word, default word is page, or label= to have no prefix. The prefix is omitted by default for a left-floated break. Note that label can also be used for non-standard alternate labelling of page separation.
Formatting options
  • border-width, default is 1 px
  • border-style, default is dashed
  • border-color, default is #999999

Examples[edit]

Example 1 - No label[edit]

Wiki text[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you
{{page break|label=}}
ain't got rhythm, you should get out of the kitchen.

Result[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you ain't got rhythm, you shouldn't be in the kitchen.

Example 2 - Label on top[edit]

Wiki text[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you
{{page break|17}}
ain't got rhythm, you should get out of the kitchen.

Result[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you page 17 ain't got rhythm, you shouldn't be in the kitchen.

Example 3 - Label below[edit]

Wiki text[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you
{{page break|18|top}}
ain't got rhythm, you should get out of the kitchen.

Result[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you page 18 ain't got rhythm, you shouldn't be in the kitchen.

Example 4 - Left label[edit]

For left-floated labels, you will need to introduce a margin. The class "indented-page" can do this.

However, do not use this class when transcluding pages from mainspace; a margin will be automatically applied by global javascript in this case.

Wiki text[edit]

<div class=indented-page>
and so the moral of this story is, when you
{{page break|17|left}}
ain't got rhythm, you should get out of the kitchen.
</div>

Result[edit]

and so the moral of this story is, when you [ 17 ] ain't got rhythm, you should get out of the kitchen.