Web developers increasingly have print on their minds.
As part of its Print 2.0 initiative to make printing from the Web more convenient, Hewlett-Packard
announced the availability of a beta version of its Tabblo
Print Toolkit, to help developers design sites with print in mind.
The Tabblo Print Toolkit
aids developers in designing sites that translate seamlessly to a printed page.
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The toolkit uses four components to integrate site design and print compatibility:
Templates, which are layouts created to give developers a quality printed version of their web pages content
Layout Engine, which allows users to combine their content with templates to help generate printed pages.
HP acquired Tabblo in March.
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