Blank back pages

When the text that precedes a leaf or leaf group end finishes on a right hand page, TopLeaf automatically inserts a blank back page unless it is operating in single page leaf mode.

A special blank page layout can be used to render blank back pages. It is customary for this layout to include an intentionally blank fixed block that assures the reader that there is no missing content.

The Initial Page Types blank page partition property defines the default blank page type used when creating a blank page for a new leaf. If the default blank page type is implied and a blank page layout is defined, blank pages are rendered using the blank page layout. If a blank page layout is not defined, then blank pages are rendered using the page type in force at the end of the front page of the leaf.

Blank pages are included within the page numbering sequence even if a page number is not visible within the rendered page. It is not possible to render notes, floats, running heads or margin rules within a blank back page.