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Add a Print Style Sheet to your Genesis Child Theme

The way a website prints is not necessarily how you want it to look. The good news is you can control it easily by adding a print stylesheet to your Theme.

add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'child_print_style' );
 * Add print style sheet.
 * This provides the theme with the functionality to include a
 * print style sheet.
 * @author Jen Baumann
 * @link
function child_print_style() {
	wp_enqueue_style( 'child_print_style', $src = CHILD_URL . '/print.css', 'false', '1.0.0', 'print' ); 

Don’t forget to create a file called print.css in your child theme folder.

About Jennifer Baumann

I am an avid horseback rider, animal lover, and freelance designer. I love working with WordPress and Genesis and work for Copyblogger Media as a Technical Support Advocate.

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