According to the docs you cannot split table rows. Xhtml2pdf also doesn's
support floating, so getting divs to float next to each other doesn't work
From the docs:
Pisa is not able to split table cells that are larger than the available
space. To work around it you may define what should happen in this case.
The -pdf-keep-in-frame-mode can be one of: "error", "overflow", "shrink",
"truncate", where "shrink" is the default value.
Since Reportlab Toolkit does not yet support the use of images within
paragraphs, images are always rendered in a seperate paragraph. Therefore
floating is not available yet.
On Monday, March 19, 2012 9:17:04 AM UTC-7, RichD wrote:
> I posted a question recently about having table row content flow
> across pages, rather than starting the row at the top of the next
> page. I would still like to know about an answer to that question,
> but I thought I would also try to approach my problem from the other
> end. Can you get a tabular layout with divs? I find that the float
> attribute is not supported, as well as the display property table-
> (Btw, I just tried to post this question a minute ago, but the content
> of the post seems to have been immediately deleted. Maybe because I
> included some sample html?)