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Creating a Print Style Sheet

  • David Powers


Web designers put a lot of effort into creating pages that look great onscreen but rarely give a thought to what they look like when printed. How often have you bought something online and wanted to print the invoice? Instead of a professional-looking document, you get all the website navigation down the side, leaving not enough room for the figures that indicate how much you paid. If you’re lucky, they come out on a second sheet. Of course, not every designer is negligent. Some go to the trouble of creating a separate print version of the page. Neither situation is necessary. All that’s needed is a print style sheet.


Media Type Font Size Rounded Corner Style Sheet Personal Digital Assistant 
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