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Old October 7th, 2004, 07:54 PM
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> I don't believe Netscape supports media='print' .

That's true for Netscape 4, but that isn't true for Netscape 6, 7, Mozilla, Mozilla Firefox and any other Gecko-derived browser.

> I don't understand what you mean by seeting the display:none property instead of the
> visibility. I thought it was what I did before... COuld you explain it please?

The most important difference between display: none and visibility: hidden is with display: none no space is reserved for the element, whereas with visibility: hidden the space that element would normally occupy is still in the document. So with visibility: hidden, the element still exists as far as its dimensions are conserned.

HTH!

Regards,
Rich

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