What New York, which already can’t get a handle on the concept of print-friendly pages, now thinks a print-friendly page is (“The James Franco Project” [“printable”], linewrapped):

Print Page


Building Printer-Friendly Page… /,"");
$("#text").append(' '+headerText+'
var pageText
= d.substring(d.search
<\!-- \/end \#story--\>'))
$("#text").append(' '+pageText+' ');
getPage(pgNum+1); })
$(function(){ getPage(0);});


At one time, New York had an excellent site hacked into fruition by Mr. MARCOTTE. Now it has been well and truly fucked, all for the want of print CSS.

I thought all the incompetent Web developers lived here.

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