CSS marks

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The CSS marks property is used to set crop marks and cross marks on paged media. This is used with the @page rule.

This property can be valuable if you intend to print anything where the image needs to bleed to the edge, or if using a 4 color printing process.

Syntax: @page: { marks: <value>; }
Possible Values:
  • crop
  • cross
  • none
  • inherit
Initial Value: none
Applies to: paged media
Inherited: N/A
Media: Visual, Paged
Example: @page: { marks: crop; }

Here's an explanation of the 'crop' and 'cross' values:

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