Am I missing something?
The article is entitled "How to fix Your rags, widows and orphans", but I don't find a single "fix" present. I see clear definitions and examples of how things look when they go wrong, but setting the CSS style to left justified changes what exactly? Not the default behavior of most browsers. Breaking up the page into three columns helps with rags? Or with Widows/orphans? Short of casting text in cement with PDF's or static images, you simply cannot control type flow in HTML/CSS the way that magazines and newspapers do it.
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