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Authored by: arcticmac on Mar 29, '11 08:45:54AM

I actually often use the web inspector to make some visual touch ups to pages before I print them. Usually just removing ads and such (like the previous poster), but one could potentially do almost anything, since many websites don't have good print stylesheets.



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Authored by: canisbos on Mar 29, '11 09:30:19AM
If you print a lot, check out my QuickNuke extension for Safari. You can hide elements with a click and a keystroke. Even better, you can "isolate" one element, which hides everything except that element—perfect for printing.

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Authored by: chris79 on Mar 29, '11 11:30:33AM
there's also a cross-browser bookmarklet called Printliminator

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Authored by: wallybear on Mar 29, '11 12:31:33PM
There is a simple javascript tool available online, Printliminator, that lets you hide the parts of a web page you don't want to print (or save) with a simple click.
It's really handy and I use it a lot.

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Authored by: rab777hp on Mar 29, '11 03:07:50PM

Why not just use Reader? Or some other service? Most of those things work automatically and without having to go through manually for each element.



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