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Old 06-19-2010, 10:51 PM   #9
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I'm just looking at the subtitle text (Figure 1-2 Flickr provides etc..) attached to the images above-it looks like iBooks understands they are connected-but Stanza puts the subtitle on the next page (Liz Castro described the issue here). Or is that just coincidence?
In this particular case, the title of that figure text is using page-break-before: avoid; which iBooks doesn't observe, so it's just coincidence that iBooks got it right.

It's not particularly compelling evidence that Stanza doesn't support this tag either since that entire section is set to page-break-inside: avoid and with the margins set on this text that's not possible.
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