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XSL-FO flow-name Property

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Definition and Usage

The flow-name property defines where the content of the <fo:flow> or <fo:static-content> object will go.

The flow-name property assigns the flow's or static-content's content to a specific region in the layout. This is done by specifying the name of the target region as the flow-name. (e.g. flow-name="xsl-region-body").


Details

  • Inherited: no
  • Percentages: N/A
  • Media: visual

Property Values

Value Description
name Default is an empty name. Defines the name of the flow.

Flow-names reserved in XSL:

  • xsl-region-body
  • xsl-region-before
  • xsl-region-after
  • xsl-region-start
  • xsl-region-end
  • xsl-before-float-separator
  • xsl-footnote-separator


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