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    Hi Guys,

    I am having problems with my Print stylesheet. It doesn't show a certain div which is called 'welcome_print' and is set to 'visibility: show'

    Can anybody see why it's not working?

    http://www.british-certification.com/index-print.htm

    Thanks,

    Mark

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    Should it be "visibility:visible" ?

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    Visible instead of Show, still doesn't work.

    Thanks for trying though


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    If you are referring to "testimonials_print", it doesn't exist. If you are referring to something else, please be more specific.

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    "testimonials_print" is actually featured on the Testimonials page.

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    Is there also a way of having a div not shown on the screen (With that White space not shown) and then when you do print preview show the hidden div... ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowmarklow View Post
    Is there also a way of having a div not shown on the screen (With that White space not shown) and then when you do print preview show the hidden div... ?
    Yes, use display:none; and display:block; respectively.

    Good luck!

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    I must be doing something wrong as I've used display:none; and display:block; but it still doesn't do it.


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    I'm sorry, but I checked your testimonials page and there is no testimonials_print there either. I suggest you create a page that uses your print stylesheet as the default stylesheet and post that link so we know where to look at.

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    Oh sorry it's testimonials-print.htm

    Thanks mate.

    Mark

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