Merge Twenty Ten print style into style.css
|Reported by:||demetris||Owned by:||iammattthomas|
The attached patch merges 2010’s print.css into the main CSS file.
It does this to save an extra HTTP request.
This is considered good practice for speedy websites by speed maniacs (like your humble servant) and also by authoritative sources like: http://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html
Putting the print rules into the main CSS is less compatible, but to a negligible degree: As far as I know, there is some problem with IE for Mac. The major usual suspect, IE for Windows, supports this technique since version 5.
I noticed that, in long web pages in Firefox, Twenty Ten only prints part of the document. This is independent of the merge and will have to be looked at separately.
Change History (5)
- Resolution set to fixed
- Status changed from assigned to closed
- Resolution fixed deleted
- Status changed from closed to reopened