How put page breaks in a Confluence page to better export to PDF


I would know if there is a way to put a page break inside a Confluence page so that when I export the page to PDF it is well formatted (no table divided in 2 pages, images in the right position and so on). I would like to export my pages to pdf directly from Confluence without exporting them to Word or HTML and modify them before to export/print to PDF.

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Add a div (or class) to your Confluence page with content inside. Give the div a name like 'divexample'. Then add the page break instruction to the pdf stylesheet.


.divexample{ page-break-before: always; }

Hi Massimo,

There are a number of different approaches documented in and

Different approaches work better for different plugins and so it is worth experimenting to find the best combination for your install.

Hope these help you solve your problem.


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