New print-friendly pages

April 6, 2018

We've heard from users that our use of accordions on the website is great for reading on screen. As the accordions show you headings only, it's easier to get a feel for the information, and you can explore the parts that feel most relevant. But the accordions aren't as good for printing, as (until now) they print only the open accordion and not the whole page.

So we're pleased to announce that we've added print-friendly pages. On any content page, look for the Print icon. Clicking on the Print icon expands all accordion content on the page, and optimizes the page for printing. We've used a larger font to make the printouts more readable.

We welcome your feedback on this new feature, and any other enhancements you'd like to see on the website.

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