2.1.84 [CSS-Level2-2009] Section 13.2.3, Content outside the page box

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The specification states:

 The exact formatting of such elements lies outside the scope of this specification. 
 However, we recommend that user agents observe the following general principles 
 concerning content outside the page box:
  
 * Content should be allowed slightly beyond the page box to allow pages to "bleed".
 * User agents should avoid generating a large number of empty page boxes to honor 
 the positioning of elements (e.g., you do not want to print 100 blank pages). 

Quirks Mode and IE7 Mode (All Versions)

A large number of empty page boxes is generated to honor the positioning of elements.

IE9 Mode (All Versions)

Content that goes slightly beyond the page box does not "bleed," and is discarded.

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