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UsageEdit

To break up discontiguous runs of pages primarily for legal papers, court rulings and similar. For continuing text, use of <pages>, as per style is preferred.

{{Pb-legal}}, {{Pbl}} are short-cut redirects to this template and are the prefered usage.


  • 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
Formatting options
  • border-width, default is 1 px
  • border-style, default is dashed
  • border-color, default is #999999

ExamplesEdit

Example 1 - No labelEdit

Wiki textEdit

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

ResultEdit

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 topEdit

Wiki textEdit

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

ResultEdit

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 belowEdit

Wiki textEdit

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.

ResultEdit

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 labelEdit

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

Wiki textEdit

<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>

ResultEdit

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