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However on IE it prints my tables quite awkward. I get about 6-10 lines of text and a lot of white space on page 1, and the table with all the purchase data goes staight to page 2 making the invoice really wierd looking. I get the same problem with netscape too.
Safari does spit the long table into 2 pages as I like, but it doesn't highlite the last link I visited.(image link). What css option can I load into my page?
About mac version of ms ie: the table that included the ordered product description on my invoices leaving blank sections, I took the whole page and nested in inside a large table :) It works awesome now!
Now if I can just break in this stiff keyboard :)
About Mac IE: I've stopped supporting it explicitly
I sympathize with this policy. Just don't forget about the institutional users at U.S. public schools with budgets that have not yet ugraded their OS 9 machines. They are generally stuck using Mac IE 5. If those are not your users, then they can definitely be ignored. :)