CSS Fragmentation

CSS Fragmentation is a module of CSS that defines how content is displayed when it is broken (fragmented) across multiple pages, regions, or columns.

Fragmentation occurs when an inline box wraps onto multiple lines. It also occurs when a block spans more than one column inside a column layout container, or spans a page break when printed. Each piece of the rendering for the element is called a fragment.

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Specifications

Specification Status Comment
CSS Fragmentation Module Level 3 Candidate Recommendation Initial definition.

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