Specify pages breaks in Chrome

How do you enforce page breaks for content displayed from within an
iframe?  The content in question previously used "page-break-after:always;"
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myvpAuthor Commented:
I didn't realize this was so compicated
myvpAuthor Commented:
Using Chrome
Steve BinkCommented:
The page-break-after directive applies only to visual, paged media.  A quick look at this chart reveals that screens are continuous media.  The page-break-after directive will not be applied if you are viewing the content on a screen, regardless of its inclusion in an iframe.

If you would like to see the effects of page-break-after, try looking at a print preview of the content, or actually printing it.

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