I've made a new framework, probably more modern (use the
Looks pretty similar to HTML5 Boilerplate's print styles, with some slight differences.
As mentioned, I'd also be interested in reading about what the "best printing CSS practices" actually are that these are based on.
Actually the original version is from 6 years ago http://code.google.com/p/hartija/ and has been used in many other frameworks. I made it for one client who needed nice and simple print CSS.
Best practices are things like type that works great for print like Garamond and "Times New Roman" using pt; instead of px. Using "right" line-height: 1.45 based on this research http://www.vcarrer.com/2013/10/in-search-of-ideal-line-height.html
Also some other simple #UI and #UX things like show all urls on print and other small stuff.
Feel free to change anything you can add or remove styles and optimize the CSS to your needs.
Ah, nice. Thanks for the insight. I'm working on a project now that has sections which are often printed, so I've been interested in learning more about print styles.
but what are the 'css printing best practices' it implements? no feature list to sell me on even trying it honestly
Hum... I need to try this! Thanks!