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IE crash when trying to print webpage

Posted on 2006-07-07
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A new website I've built has an issue I can't figure out & I'm hoping someone out there has seen this before.

When trying to print a web page, IE crashes (doesn't happen in any other browser). See this page for an example: http://www.bestandcavallaro.com/listings/listingview.php?listingID=207

I have tried everything I can think of to remedy this with no success. Anyone have any ideas what may be causing this?
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I have experienced that several times with IE and with FF.  I never managed to get Opera to crash on printing.
Remove ALL your CSS, and try to print your page.  The page should print correctly without any CSS.
Then add the CSS bits by bits to see what causes the crash.
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