CSS offers a number of other features that help control how Web pages are printed. Unfortunately, only widows and orphans are supported, and only by Opera. I'll give you a quick synopsis, nonetheless.
To control widows and orphans:
Figure 14.9. Before the widows property was applied, there were one and a quarter lines stranded at the top of page 3.
Figure 14.10. The orphans property controls how many lines can be alone at the bottom of the page; widows determines the minimum number that will be required at the top of a page.
Figure 14.11. After the widows property is applied, the page break is inserted two lines earlier and the result is four lines at the top of page 3.