This has to do with the user's settings in their browser. Print
Backgrounds usually defaults to off, and the only way to show a
background-image in print is to have the user enable that preference.
There's no CSS in the world that would override a user preference.
On Mar 31, 2011, at 12:17 PM, robsan wrote:
Second issue has to do with images set via css classes wont be
printed, They show up alright in the frame but nothing on printed
paper. An image set with regular img-tag prints alright though!
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