Last modified: 2005-07-06 18:06:42 UTC

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Bug 1355 - Hide navigation features within a page (simple change to CSS)
Hide navigation features within a page (simple change to CSS)
Product: Wikimedia
Classification: Unclassified
General/Unknown (Other open bugs)
All All
: Low enhancement with 2 votes (vote)
: ---
Assigned To: Nobody - You can work on this!
: patch, patch-reviewed
Depends on:
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Reported: 2005-01-18 01:32 UTC by Andreas Ipp
Modified: 2005-07-06 18:06 UTC (History)
0 users

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Assignee Huggle Beta Tester: ---


Description Andreas Ipp 2005-01-18 01:32:25 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.
Comment 1 Tomer Chachamu 2005-05-28 14:19:30 UTC
I have, err, "reviewed" this change.

The change, remember, is to add the line
to the top of this  bit in commonPrint.css.,
li#f-disclaimer {
    /* Hides all the elements irrelevant for printing */
    display: none;
Comment 2 Niklas Laxström 2005-07-06 18:06:42 UTC
added class noprint (all lower case) to CVS, will appear online sometime

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