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DevShed:
Working with CSS Styles and the Stage Pattern in PHP 5
April 25, 2007 @ 13:03:00

In the second part of their look at the Stage design pattern today, DevShed moves up from the previous article to implement a more "real world" example of the Stage pattern in action.

Essentially, what I plan to demonstrate here is how this pattern can be used to build different versions of a given web document on the fly, either for display on a typical computer monitor, or for printing.

This involves the creation of a class to define the styles for both sides - print and screen - and a class that will figure out which of these needs to be applied.

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