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Laying Out a Print Book with CSS
2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 Mar 2023
I love reading printed books and blog posts. For those interested, a starting point for printable CSS is Gutenberg. This has been my go-to for the print media in CSS. I believe I stopped looking for another one with my lack of deeper involvement in development of styles.
I'm also guilty of picking Baskerville as the default classic look to printable font-family and even had resorted to it for screen.
Besides the tools mentioned in the article (Vellum and Atticus), Ulysses also has a good option for print-ready output.
I hate vertical scrolling. How can I paginate the web?
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 21 Sep 2021
Recently, I re-designed my blog and I went looking for a Print CSS starter framework. I found a nice, simple, lean one -- Gutenberg. It is less than 5KB before zipping.
I hope people still do print.css. I also have a habit of printing interesting articles to read away from the screen.
2090 projects | dev.to | 26 Feb 2021
BafS/Gutenberg - Modern framework to print the web correctly.
What are some alternatives?
jQuery-Autocomplete - Ajax Autocomplete for jQuery allows you to easily create autocomplete/autosuggest boxes for text input fields
At.js - Add Github like mentions autocomplete to your application.
awesomplete - Ultra lightweight, usable, beautiful autocomplete with zero dependencies.
css-loaders - A collection of loading spinners animated with CSS
PageLoadingEffects - Modern ways of revealing new content using SVG animations.
colors - Smarter defaults for colors on the web.
simptip - A simple CSS tooltip made with Sass