Last modified: 2005-07-06 18:06:42 UTC
Please add a generic class, e.g. "noPrint", to the css file
just before the line
> /* Hides all the elements irrelevant for printing */
> display: none;
Reason: I am working in Wikibooks, and I would like to add a <div> on screen,
that does not show on print (Navigational elements, ...)
As a workaround, I could use one of the other classes from that css, like "top".
This works, but is not a clean solution, since <div class="top"> might in the
future inherit other style properties that I would not like to have.
This is a one-line addition to the Wikibooks commonPrint.css file, that should
take a very short time for the person in charge. Thank you.
PS: As a follow-up, there could be a generic class for elements that show up on
print, but not on screen (e.g. for correctly placing the title page, etc...).
Print and screen CSS is especially important for Wikibooks.
I have, err, "reviewed" this change.
The change, remember, is to add the line
to the top of this bit in commonPrint.css.
/* Hides all the elements irrelevant for printing */
added class noprint (all lower case) to CVS, will appear online sometime