Correct NoPrint example to use lowercase in class definition

This question is in reference to Atlassian Documentation: Writing User Macros

The NoPrint example on this page should be edited to correspond with the CSS example in the PDF export customisations page. Ie they should both use the same casing (lowercase) for the CSS class definition.

Ie the example on this page should be

<div class="noprint">$body</div>

and not

<div class="NoPrint">$body</div>

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Very good point. 100% agree.

This kind of sloppiness causes confusion and even problems as proven by this No Print macro not working posting.

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