CSS widows & orphans
CSS properties to control when lines break across pages or columns by defining the amount of lines that must be left before or after the break. In typography terms, a widow is the last line of a paragraph that is left alone on a new page or in a new column. The widows property in CSS controls the minimum number of lines of a paragraph that can fall to a new page. This property only affects paged media such as print and The orphans CSS property specifies the minimum number of lines in a block container that must be shown at the bottom of a page, region, or column. This property is normally used to control how breaks occur.
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CSS widows & orphans
Chrome browser version 4 to Chrome browser version 24 doesn't supports
CSS widows & orphans. This property is supported by Chrome browser version 25 to Chrome browser version 67.
This element is not supported by Mozilla Firefox browser.
IE browser version 6 to 7 doesn't support
CSS widows & orphans.IE 8 and 11 supports this property. IE 8 and 9 supports widows & orphans properties, but due to not supporting CSS multi-columns the support is only for page breaks (for print).
Safari browser version 3.1 to Safari browser version 6.1 doesn't supports
CSS widows & orphans. Safari browser version 7 to Safari browser version 11.1 supports it completely.
Microsoft Edge browser version 12 to Microsoft Edge browser version 15 supports this property completely.
Opera browser version 10.1 to Opera browser version 53 supports
CSS widows & orphans.
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