Changing Location.href - Push The Pdf Generator To A Slightly Different Url Which Would Remove The Offending Link

Apr 28, 2011

I'm using a service to remotely create a pdf - it creates a pdf of the page you're on. Unfortunately that includes the link as well. I'd like to push the pdf generator to a slightly different url which would remove the offending link. The link I have is:

[Code]....

but it is not fooled! It seems I need to edit location.href but I don't know how to do it!!

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