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Usage

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

This template also produces page-break markup that hints to e-book readers that there should be a page break at the given location.

If you do not want a break in the text, but you want to place a marker where the original text crosses a page, use {{pagenum}}.

Parameters

  • 1 word to be used
  • 2, positioning of the line and label:
  • Add top for the line to be above label
  • 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. 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

Example 1 - Suppressing label

This would be the expected form used when transcluding works from the Index:/Page: namespace.

Wiki text

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

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

Wiki text

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

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

Wiki text

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

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

See also

  • {{page break}} The base bage break template - unconditionally forces a page break when the document is displayed in a paginated format, such as an ebook export.
  • {{padded page break}} An unconditional page break with some padding and no label.
  • {{invisible page break}} An unconditional page break that is invisible in the browser.
  • {{no break after}} Inhibit page breaks after an element. Can be used to keep a title and the first paragraph of the following content together.
  • {{pagenum}} Do not break the text but add a page number that is compatible with the normal page numbering Javascript. (this replaces the parameter usage left)