CSS layout newbie

Discussion in 'HTML' started by leo, Aug 12, 2004.

  1. leo

    leo Guest

    I am thinking of converting my site to CSS as much as possible (ditching
    tables for layouts). It's sleek to separate content from layout. But, when I
    print other websites using CSS layout, all the formatings are gone. Is there
    a way to put codes in the HTML so that the web browser would print with
    formatting intact?
    leo, Aug 12, 2004
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  2. leo

    Dan Guest

    On 8/12/2004 9:26 AM, leo wrote:
    > I am thinking of converting my site to CSS as much as possible (ditching
    > tables for layouts). It's sleek to separate content from layout. But, when I
    > print other websites using CSS layout, all the formatings are gone. Is there
    > a way to put codes in the HTML so that the web browser would print with
    > formatting intact?
    >
    >


    You can have a style-sheet for screen presentation and one for printing.
    Most people prefer two different formats as all that is on the screen
    is not necessarily formatted in a way that would print well. But you
    have total control over this; just use one style-sheet for "all".

    Dan
    Dan, Aug 12, 2004
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