I'm looking for a Print preview feature is like in IE File->Print Preview and i want to put it in a button. that means i want to create button, when i select on it, it will show the print preview windows like what current IE does. I'm currently using IE 7.
I've got a button which links to a pdf. Once clicked the pdf tries to download onto the users computer. What I'd like to happen instead is for the pdf to print instead of trying to download. Is there a way of doing this?
I'm having problems getting my print button to work in IE. It works locally but when I put my pages live it doesnt work.I've found many posts about this online but nobody seems to have an answer. This is my code....
1. I have two frames on my web page. (Top and Bottom) 2. Top Frame is data 3. Bottom Frame are some Controls. (Print button, Back Button, Close Button.) 4. I'm using VB.Net creating aspx pages.
I want my webpage to print an image when the user clicks the "Print this Image" button. I have tried but when I click the button it prints all the contents including the image! What I want is that when the user clicks the button it shud print only the image in that page and nothing else. I have placed the image and the button in a form tag, in a separate table below the main table in which the main contents of the site contains, but it still dont work. How I can make it work?
What my script does is if you do not select a radio button and you hit submit an error will pop up saying please select game1. this is taken from the name of the radio button.. How can i make it so it prints out the VALUES of the 2 radio buttons. end result should print please select Baltimore Ravens vs. [code]...
I have the following code that will count the elapsed time and print the value in seconds after the user hits the stop button. However we are trying to get it to post the elapsed time in hours. So lets say the elapsed time is 20 mintues, the output would be .3 hours.
I'm having a long page where there will be content to be printed.
I'm using the css using media=print to hide all the unwanted contents and using the window.print method to invoke printing.
But when i click the print button it prints only partial content upto a single page and all the remaining contents are discarded.
I wonder what may be the problem!!!
And there's another problem , i've bills to be printed in order but dont want them to be breaking in between pages .(ie a bill should be printed fully if there is enough space at the bottom or should be printed on the next page)
Hey all. I am currently putting together a test page of mine where a popup window comes up showing a coupon that I will have a link enabling them to print it simply and easily.
So I have a print page that's written in a combination of php & html. The body tag is outside the php with an onload="window.print();window.close;"
The idea behind this print page is when the print button is pressed on the parent window, it generates this child window that is specifically made larger for printing reports that people can read easily. I use css for text styles and the table "width" is longer.
All the html code inbetween the body tags is created by php using the php "Print" function. </head>
My problem is it does not print the table dimension or the font size above a certain size. When I print in landscape, which is what this page is designed for, it prints the same size as "scaled to fit" portrait. On the screen the size is correct and if I use the browser print button, it prints to the correct size.
The css works, it will make changes and will even make the text smaller just won't print over a certain size (9pt?).
I did find a solution to this but then I do not understand why onload fails to work in this scenario. I am summarizing steps I had followed.
1) Read the contents of div using innerHTML and store it to a variable.
2) Read the contents of iframe and store it to a variable. "Details" is id of the iframe.
var iframeObj = document.getElementById("Details"); var iframeDoc; frameDoc = iframeObj.contentWindow.document;