The graphic aspects of printing are fully based on the CSS editor available in mAuthor (you can find more information here). However, it is worth remembering that when it comes to the content layer visible on the printout, there is no WYSIWYG editor as in case of the digital layer.

The CSS classes that are used to style the print items must include the .printable_module prefix. Thus, for example, for the .textTest class, an equivalent .printable_module-textTest must be created – the values of these classes can be completely different, which allows distinguishing the appearance of an element in the digital mode (with the .textTest class) in an almost unlimited way from its appearance in the print mode (with the class .printable_module-textTest).