Thread: Printing with CSS
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10-14-2003, 08:28 PM #1
Printing with CSS
Is there any method of preventing the Title, page numbers, URL, etc from printing when the rest of the form is printed? I would like to print a form without these details. (Otherwise I will probably have to generate a PDF file, which I'd rather not have to do.)
10-15-2003, 02:25 PM #2
The header, footer etc are actually defined in your printing preferences. As such, its not anything you can change from a webpage.
I have seen it done using ActiveX. basically, the print job is passed to the ActiveX control instead of the default printer driver, the that gives total control. However, its a huge download (7+ megs), its not publically available (my company use it in a web-based system), and not many people trust ActiveX enough.
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11-03-2003, 10:42 AM #3
Just To Chime...
If I'm commenting correctly here as far as your inquiry goes... while I can't speak for other browsers right off hand I can tell you that the File --> Page Setup --> Margins & Header/Footer (tab) in the MOZILLA BROWSER allows you to specify whether or not you want title/page number/ date time/url and some other things to come out on the page you are about to print.
Again, hope I chimed in with a correct reference to what you asked here.
11-03-2003, 04:23 PM #4Originally Posted by MrCircuits
The quickest way I know to convert anything to PDF.