Insert break

Signals that the start tag for the element declares a content break point. A content break point identifies the end of the current column, page, leaf, or leaf group. The following break points are defined:

  • A page break identifies the end of a page. All content following the page break is rendered from the start of the next page. This option is not available in a full looseleaf publication.

  • A leaf break identifies the end of a page and the start of a leaf. All content following the page break is rendered from the start of the next odd numbered page. A leaf is normally printed on both sides, with the odd numbered page on the front and the even on the back. If necessary, TopLeaf will automatically insert a blank page to ensure that the new leaf begins on an odd numbered page.

  • A group break identifies the end a page and the start of a leaf group or leaf section. Leaf groups always begin on a new leaf. If necessary, TopLeaf will automatically insert a blank page to ensure that the leaf group begins on an odd page. This option is only available in a full looseleaf publication.

  • A column break identifies the end of a column within the currently selected page type. All content following the column break is rendered from the start of the next column. If you insert a column break in the last column on a page, the break identifies the end of the page.