Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Hiding layout for print, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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Now that we have some basic print styles that we're previewing here on our screen, through the method that was shown in the previous video.…What we need to do, is start to think about what it is we actually want to print.…For example, should we print the Javaco tea image. The Javaco comes through very nice, but the tea very hard to make out,…because it's white text of a white background, and we could put some sort of color background on the masthead but…we have absolutely no guarantee that it will be printed. in fact, we can…take a pretty strong guess that that background won't be printed. Basically print design people rarely ever set background colors unless…there're background colors that don't have to be there in order for the print out to work ok.…
A more relevant example though, is the navigation links.…We can see they are completely unstyled here, so we can see it's an ordered list of navigation, it's an ordered list of links, except for number two,…which is unlinked text, because that's the page that we're on.…
Skill Level Intermediate
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2. CSS and XHTML
5. Adding Colors and Backgrounds
6. Setting Typography
7. Using Margins and Borders to Create White Space and Separation
8. Creating Tables
9. Styling for Print
10. Bringing It All Together
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