[Moin-user] Re: different css style for printing? (Joerg Desch)

V.S. vas at gmx.ch
Thu Dec 5 08:40:03 EST 2002

Hi folks!

The today message by Joerg Desch is addressing the same trouble I
encountered and described in my message from November 5th.

I would like to change the CSS stylesheet to meet our demands for lcd
display viewing and printing.

I changed several features from the moinmoin stylessheet, but somehow
only about 50% of the font face, size etc. options show noticeable

Specifically, the title font size is very big, about 10% of our lcd
display size. I tried and tried hard to change the font size to half of
the initial size. But somehow the font size remains the same while the
main text font size is changeable via the same css stylesheet.

This problem is observed using Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and Opera
installed on Windows 2000 and XP. Webserver is Apache 2.0.36.

Is the problem caused by css or webserver or...?

Best regards
Victor Senn

"You Dont Know Peace 'Til You Had Suffering"

Message: 7
Date: Thu, 5 Dec 2002 11:04:47 +0100
From: Joerg Desch <jd at voelker-web.de>
To: <moin-user at lists.sourceforge.net>
Organization: Voelker Video- und Datentechnik
Subject: [Moin-user] different css style for printing?

Hello all.

I'm currently using 1.1.cvs20021008-1 of the debian moin package. With
this release, every `print view' of a page uses the same css file as the
normal view does. IMO this isn't a good choose. Is there a newer release
with support different ccs styles? Or is it possible to configure a css
file for printing?

Dipl.Ing. Joerg Desch <jd at voelker-web.de>           Abt. Entwicklung
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