I'm learning to create epubs with InDesign. If you want a particular element inside a chapter (e.g. a subheading) to appear at the top of the next page, you can assign it a CSS style that has been designated for that purpose.
However, the CSS is really just a gimmick; the file is literally split, with the text you want to appear at the top of the next page beginning the new file.
I have separate files for each of my chapters. But imagine a chapter that has several subheadings that are supposed to appear at the top of different pages. I don't want to create a separate file for each subheading.
So is there a CSS style that will remove an element from the normal flow and force it to appear at the top of the next page, so I don't have to literally split my file into separate files?