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Ive had this happen differently in different browsers. I do belive the webkit browsers (it might be just then opposite btw) will not print the bgcolor via the dom.

Edited by Benjamin_11


Somewhat similar to JorgeM's link above, I got it to print the colors after going to File -> Page Setup in Firefox's options.
However, if an end user does not know about this, is there another way to make the "css" get printed without having to go customize the settings in the browser, as different browsers will have different settings?


Websites attempting to override user settings is generally frowned upon, even if harmless it is still considered potentially malicious

it can be done in css with a @media print call, in which there is a div, full width full height containing the background image, not as background, just as an image, with a z-index=(minus something huge), visible as a background behind printed info

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