I don't know if any of you noticed, but when you go to print a page using the print button, there is now a copyright message with the site slogan displayed at the bottom of the page, in place of the page revision/Creative Commons license/wikidot hosting message that used to be there. What do you guys think of this? Does it show up okay in your browser?
I've never looked at the print tool before. But everything seems to look fine, except LaTeX formulas keep their background color. I wish there were a way to fix this, but there doesn't appear to be a transparent background color setting.
However troublesome it might be, we could manually edit the images to have transparent backgrounds.
BTW, I still see this:
"Unless stated otherwise Content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 License"
Did you actually print out the page, or did you simply press the print button? The reason I ask is because the Creative Commons license/page revision/Wikidot hosting message will show up in the print popup window, but they shouldn't show up when you print a page. If you don't want to print out a page, you can simply check it by going into the File menu and clicking on Print Preview.
Thanks for the picture. After doing some experimenting, it seems I simply forgot to turn off the floating. Does that problem happen with any other pages?
EDIT: When I added float:none to the page, it corrected the footer display problem, but it had an undesirable side-effect: it screwed up the rest of the pages that use floating. So, I came up with an alternative solution, which was just clearing the floats. I believe that should work with any page, regardless of the content.