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in a construct like this (TWISTY header)
This text will be printed.
the header itself is not printed, when I print the page on paper (using my firefox browser).
Any ideas why this is and how it could be fixed? As a workaround, I now repeat the header inside the TWISTY, so the printout is okay, but now the online page looks funny, with two titles...
Thanks for any help,
Most of the time it is not useful to print interface elements. In this case you are doubling the button as header, which is logical if you are putting a h3 tag in there. I have to think about this.
- 16 Sep 2009
As part of the initialization process of TwistyPlugin
will those elements be displayed as required. This order of the procedure tries to prevent most of the interface blinking when the page is loaded. However it has got the described negative side effect that twisty elements won't be displayed on a print media as described above.
An alternative twisty solution is JQTwistyContrib
which operates a bit different. As such code like this will print very well:
<h3 class="jqTwisty">Twisty Heading</h3>
text within a container
- 13 Jun 2022