I would like to see an option for the 'print-display' attribute to have
something like "displayOnly" as a choice/value, for the following
In our SVG graphics, we create an xlink in an "a" element, using a small
'square box' on the graphic to visually indicate for display that there
is a link at this spot to another location. However, currently, that
small square box also prints, but has no value to the user in a print
So, I would like to see something like a 'displayOnly' value for the
'print-display' attribute to indicate that it is for display only, and
not to be shown for print.
> So, I would like to see something like a 'displayOnly' value for the
> 'print-display' attribute to indicate that it is for display only, and
> not to be shown for print.
print-display="noPrint" is that option.
While it's been brought up though, I'd like to vote for simply using
media style sheets to do this with "display: none;". While slightly more
verbose if applying it directly in a style attribute, it has the
advantage of being common across most other XML formats being rendered