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hide items on print with Css page

Posted on 2010-11-12
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I am trying to get a CSS print.css page working with a dot.net 1.1 project.  I added between the header tags but when i click on print button on the exporer it still brings up same information and does not hide items on the print.css page.


<HEAD>

	

		<title>State Active Duty</title>

		<script src="../Include/Header.js"></script>

		<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print" href="../print.css" runat="server"></link>



	</HEAD>





Css page

body



#headTbl {display:none;}

#button1 {display:none;}

#lnkMain {display:none;}

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2 things that may or may not have an effect:
1. You don't need the closing </link> at the end of the style sheet part.
2. You may not need the runat part either.  

Also make sure your CSS is in the right directory and that you can access it with an absolute path.
EX: http://www.yourdomain.com/css/print.css
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