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Printer friendly CSS

A tip I just learned this morning, if you need a website to appear different when it prints, you can add a CSS style that is only applied during printing. – For instance, if you wanted to strip off menus, or remove certain graphics, you could use display:none in the printer css style.

The trick to it is to use this format to include your CSS

<style type="text/css" media="screen">@import "screen.css";</style>
<style type="text/css" media="print">@import "print.css";</style>

On a personal note, I just noticed that one of my domains has either not been listed or removed from google http://www.listofestateagents.info, which was a bit of a pity. For some reason over the last week my Page impressions have gone down, but my CTR has gone up. Net result being that revenue took a hit. But I guess that means that at least google is targeting my pages better.

 

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