Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Styling for specific mediums, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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In this chapter what we're going to talk about is styling for media, other than the screen, the most common of which is…styling for print. You might never have considered that a webpage could be output in any medium other than a web browser.…But in point of facts, a webpage is really just some XHTML document with some styling, and neither XHTML nor CSS are required to be used only in …web browsers or by web browsers or on a monitor you could…print it out. Now the pages that exist, we can print it now, which I'm going to do here, using…basically we are going to look at a print preview and this is what the page would more or less look like if we printed it out.…
The styles that we have applied would so far as is possible, be applied to the print as well as to the screen. So…you can see some of the colors are coming through, the borders are there, and these sort of things, but there are other…things that are missing, for example backgrounds. The user does not have to print backgrounds, in fact, every browser pretty much…
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