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As CSS developers, we spend most of our time writing styles for screen or continuous media platforms. This is no surprise since the vast majority of content on the Web is consumed via computer screens. Paged media, the kind of media where output is articulated into specific distinct pages (such as printing to paper) doesn't get nearly as much love as its continuous media counterparts, but paged media is still quite important for web developers to consider.

People print web pages less frequently than they browse sites on-screen, but when they do take the action to print, it is usually for a specific reason ...

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