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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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Web browser media

There are different medias you need to support when create a website.

The usual media is ‘screen’, this is a normal graphical computer web
browser, when specifying CSS file in the HTML head, use media="screen".
Then you of cause have ‘printer’, web browser will use this media when
printing a website, make you site printer friendly when media="printer".

Then there is an other type of web browser — text based, such as lynx —
that have media="tty", not all of them use CSS. Many of them supports
<link> with rel="alternate", rel="copyright", rel="chapter" &c.