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Printing the Web

Hans Christian with the state of web printing. All the old classics are still important, like display: none; on irrelevant stuff (like navigation) and using pseudo elements to display the URL’s of links. But there are new kids on the block like @page which helps you style individual printed pages and control printing orientation for certain elements, -webkit-print-color-adjust: exact; for printing background colors/images, printing crop marks, and preventing widows.

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