tables "blow up" during printing.

I'm working on a website, and I sliced up a photoshop file. It displays fine in FF and in IE, however when I go to print it, the table that holds the header slices, it prints all distorted. What do I need to look for as the cause?

Vex 15 years ago
are all images the same DPI ?
Rikr 15 years ago
Doh, sorry for the delay. Yes they are. Does a DOCTYPE have to also due with how it prints, as well as how it displays on screen?
Vex 15 years ago
i cant really answer anymore. logically - no. but then having some images print larger than others while they are all the same DPI is kind of weird to me, and i cant explain it. :/
Verileah 15 years ago
Is it possible the width of the banner exceeds the width of the printed page, and it's trying to, I don't know, carry over cells? Just shots in the dark :\
Rikr 15 years ago
That's possible Veri, I will look into that. Maybe I'm not explaining it correctly, but it's not printing it distorted pixels wise. The table fits correctly into the browser, when it prints, it prints the table out of whack. That's what I meant by it blows up. It scatters the table. as if the table was off, like if there is an image in a cell that was too big, and it throws the table for a loop.

Sorry if this isn't coming out correctly, but I do thank you for thinking about this issue with me.
Vex 15 years ago
do you have a css page for print and 1 for screen ?
ROzbeans 15 years ago
Post an image of what it prints out, please? I'm a visual person so I can't really imagine what's happening. Not that I can help any, hehe.