It seems that there is something wrong with Worldbuilding's CSS styles for print media or other configurations that prevents pages to be printed (either on a paper or to a PDF) correctly.
When printing the main text is terribly narrowed:
The above is tested under five different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Edge and IE) and is as best as it can be -- under Chrome. Under other browser printed strip is even more narrowed, i.e.:
- under Firefox and Opera first line of above text consists of "In my world there's" only,
- under Edge it is only "In my world" and "there's a" is in the next line.
Printing is out of question with such narrow text. Edge claims that a print of the question in topic would require 50 (!) pages.
Edge, as the only browser of all five tested, has an option called Clutter-free printing. Enabling it causes page to be printed quite normally (no text narrowing, quite normal margins, print as close to regular Word document as it can be).
But something (probably again CSS/HTML) causes Edge to print question only, even though "All pages" is selected and even tough with Clutter-free printing turned off causes Edge to print whole page (question + all answers).