I teach Spanish and I've written a script to create remediation sheets for students based on their recorded progress. So, my first objective is to generate a webpage with data for 35 different students pulled from a database. Way easy. My second objective is to put page breaks between the students so that I can print the webpage and every student has his/her own sheet. Kind-of-success.

My problem is that my laptop prints just fine, but I want this ability from my iPad. I've written my entire website so that I can teach from my iPad in class and be totally unbound from my laptop. When I run the same script (load the same page) from my iPad, I get an BLANK page between every student. I'm using page-break-before: always in a recurring <div></div> loop with the entire data-set for a student inside a div.

I captured a source code from the laptop AND from the iPad, and they're both identical. So, the problem is that they are treating the page-break-after differently. I don't understand. While the page is generated using PHP, that is not the issue. It is the browser interpretation of the CSS/HTML which is causing the problem. Hence, I have included the sample HTML source code for the first 2 students in the class.


Code:
<body style="color: #000000; background-image: none; background-color: #ffffff; font-size: 10pt; line-height: 25px;">
<div style="page-break-before: always;">
<p align="center" style="font-size: 15pt; font-weight: bold; line-height: 16px; margin: 0px 0px;">
Skill Remediation<br><span style="font-size: 12pt;">Spanish I</span>
</p>
<p align="right" style="line-height: 16px; margin: 0px 0px;">
Name: <b>Adams, Kendra</b><br>
Today's date: <b>Mar 17</b><br>
Due date: <b>Mar 20</b><br>
</p>
C.O.P. Phrases<br>
__________________________________1. Es importante.<br>
__________________________________2. ¿Dónde está la grapadora?<br>
__________________________________3. ¿Qué página?<br>
__________________________________4. Me ayudas, por favor.<br>
__________________________________5. Necesito la tarea.<br>
Articles<br>
__________________________________1. (some) perros<br>
__________________________________2. (a) lápiz<br>
__________________________________3. (some) carteles<br>
__________________________________4. (a) coche<br>
__________________________________5. (the) curso<br>
Noun-Adjective Agreement<br>
__________________________________1. casas (grande)<br>
__________________________________2. texto (nuevo)<br>
__________________________________3. playas (divertidos)<br>
__________________________________4. playa (divertido)<br>
__________________________________5. sobrinos (trabajador)<br>
</div>
<div style="page-break-before: always;">
<p align="center" style="font-size: 15pt; font-weight: bold; line-height: 16px; margin: 0px 0px;">
Skill Remediation<br><span style="font-size: 12pt;">Spanish I</span>
</p>
<p align="right" style="line-height: 16px; margin: 0px 0px;">
Name: <b>Brown, Brittney</b><br>
Today's date: <b>Mar 17</b><br>
Due date: <b>Mar 20</b><br>
</p>
Preliminares Vocabulary<br>
__________________________________1. Fine, thank you.<br>
__________________________________2. Please.<br>
__________________________________3. How much is it?<br>
__________________________________4. It is at one o'clock.<br>
__________________________________5. it's good weather.<br>
Verb SER (Present Tense) Lv1<br>
__________________________________1. Doug and Steve are from Cookeville.<br>
__________________________________2. I am bad.<br>
__________________________________3. Jeff is from Greenville.<br>
__________________________________4. Where is she from?<br>
__________________________________5. John is mean.<br>
¿Cómo es?<br>
__________________________________1. ¿Somos nosotros aburridos? (no)<br>
__________________________________2. ¿Cómo eres? (hardworking)<br>
__________________________________3. ¿Eres trabajador? (sí)<br>
__________________________________4. ¿Cómo somos nosotros? (good)<br>
__________________________________5. ¿Cómo es Mary? (pretty)<br>
</div>
OKAY, LET ME BRIEFLY RESTATE THE PROBLEM HERE: Between the two <div></div> the iPad is printing a blank page, but the laptop is not. The laptop is printing as desired … one page per student. The iPad is printing one page per student with a blank page inbetween each. THANK YOU!!!