web page in which printed pages lack margins. A tiny margin on the sides is left for report gripping. Moreover it protects the equipment. It costs more with respect to the measurements of the printing task.
Printing business term for a web page where the imprinted (inked) area won't have the usual blank (inkless) margins. In all printing processes, a narrow space must be remaining along the report's edges because of it become gripped, also to prevent printing ink/toner from happening the ink-free/toner-free areas of the equipment. Bleed printing is much more expensive where it requires oversized publishing dishes and/or report (that inkless margins are cut off to keep only the inked part).