FYI, I just discovered a feature on allrecipes.com, one of my favorite recipe sites, called "kitchen view." If a reader calls up a recipe and clicks on the "kitchen view" button, it displays the entire recipe (ingredients and instructions, not the narrative fluff), above the fold so the cook can place their laptop on the kitchen counter and follow the recipe without having to scroll up and down. Not only was the entire recipe above the fold, it was written in large type on a plain white background, and the page was uncluttered. It is a very convenient way to view and prepare a recipe without printing out. I think it is a terrific idea that perhaps HP could implement,as well.
http://allrecipes.com/recipe/slow-cooke … nview.aspx
I noticed that too. Definitely like the idea. Thanks for brining it up.
I'll throw in a "third" yea for that sort of feature. I often wind up having to cut and paste to another document to be able to display just what I need for cooking.
Really like this suggestion! Checked out the link and it looks great.
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