I might be jumping ahead of myself here.. I have only used WordPress for a couple of months and I have only been playing with CSS for those couple of months as well..
But I had been trying to find a plugin that would work so I could make printer-friendly prints of pages and posts. I did find a good plugin, but I did not know enough to get it to work right. And, I also found a few CSS scripts, but it would not print what I wanted it to, or it would print too many things.
So, I finally found a basica tutorial on CSS and created one from scratch. It does not give an on screen print preview, but you can see a preview in your browser by going to File / PrintPreview.
So anyway, I thought I would put it out there with a few basic how-tos on it for anyone else that might like to try it.
I have never done this kind of thing before, so if you try it out, or if you even read it.. please let me know if I have made it simple enough to use.
I have it posted at
and please excuse me if I am jumping ahead of myself or if I have mangled up something.. I would be happy to correct any mistakes in it. My intentions are just to help anyone else with the same problems I had.
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