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<refmiscinfo class="other" otherclass="datatype">attribute set</refmiscinfo>
<refpurpose>Properties to make a figure or table page wide.
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<xsl:attribute name="start-indent">0pt</xsl:attribute>
<para>This attribute set is used to set the properties
that make a figure or table "page wide" in fo output.
It comes into effect when an attribute <literal>pgwide="1"</literal>
is used.
By default, it sets <parameter>start-indent</parameter>
to <literal>0pt</literal>.
In a stylesheet that sets the parameter
to a non-zero value in order to indent body text,
this attribute set can be used to outdent pgwide
figures to the start margin.
<para>If a document uses a multi-column page layout,
then this attribute set could try setting <parameter>span</parameter>
to a value of <literal>all</literal>. However, this may
not work with some processors because a span property must be on an
fo:block that is a direct child of fo:flow. It may work in
some processors anyway.