, the excellent online web design magazine has taken a fresh look at printing web pages.

It takes a practical look at printing websites and understanding user expectations, in the light of CSS changes and improved browser experiences. Fortunately for webmasters, the days are long gone when they needed to prepare two versions of every page (web and print versions).

This is relevant to church website, as it is likely that visitors may want to print the coming week’s event schedule or program. So it is important that it prints well, i.e. does not waste paper and is readable.

For church webmasters, the best thing is to practice printing pages from the website using different browsers, operating systems and printers and to welcome feedback from users on issues or problems that they might have. Then the printing experience of everyone will be improved.