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?).
where da boss wants our a large piece of our site to be fully dynamic and integrated on any screen size. This means changing font on size. Well I cam up with a solution, figured if no one has one better, then i'll share
I am new to Jquery mobile framework.I have an asp.net web application and I want to convert it into Jquery mobile framework.I have a datalist on an aspx page.The size of the datalist decreases according to the window size to certain extent after which the size of the datalist becomes constant and doesn't decrease with the window size.
I'd have thought this would be easy but I've been looking for hours and all I can find is info on getting the viewport size, which is normally useful but not in my situation.
In this case I need the actual browser size, including the scrollbars, toolbars, status bars etc. to get an idea of browsers which aren't maximised/full screen and how big they are, and to calculate the amount of the screen taken up by toolbars etc too.
I need a script that will open a new window (popup / new link) in a specific size, but will also close the old window (where the popup came from). I know the popup window is easy but finding a work-able close window script as the new window is opened is impossible!!
I've got this row of images (in the end there will be more rows of pics as well). When a user clicks on the image, I want a new window to open with a larger version of the image. I want that new window to be customized to the size of the new larger image. Also, when users go back to see other images in their larger size, I want the new window (assuming they never closed the first one) to come back to the front.
I've only gotten as far as getting the larger images to open in a new window at a set size in the function. I thought I could just make specific scripts for each image, but that would be cumbersome to say the least....
I'm creating a Pizza order form. Part of my project includes the ability to print a receipt which I have created successfully as a pop-up window; however, I have the window.print() function in that part of the code and it will not print the pop-up receipt, but rather the main window. Code:
I don't know if this is even possible, but if I have a window.Print command is there a way to set the printing preference to Landscape by default. I have this table and I got it as small as possible but the print still gets cut off to the right. The only solution is printing in Landscape.
i'm trying to send a html page directly to the print preview and bypass opening it in a new window. i've found a good solution by having a frameset with 2 rows. the top row is relative while the bottom row is 1 pixel height (hidden at the bottom). the user clicks a print button in the main top frame and it loads the html page that needs to be printed in the bottom hidden frame. on the print file, i included:
therefore, the code above initiates an instant print preview. the problem is that it doesn't work in safari (osx). instead of printing the specific frame that the page is in, it print the frameset at the _top of the browser window.i tried changing the location to this., parent.window, etc...but, none worked.
I've scrollable screen. I'm having a print button on it and "window.print()" function is called on its onclick event.My problem is it only prints the "viewable" part of the screen, not the whole screen.P.S. I'm using IE7 and it must work for IE7 atleast (for rest I'm not bothered).
Here is sample code that imitates how the real page works:
When I click the l hyperlink, the print box comes up and I go to preview, but nothing is on the page. I have a print style sheet that hides everything else on the page and re-adjusts the couponBox's overflow to appear, but the image that's in couponBox that is supposed to show doesn't when I preview. However, after I cancel out the print box and go to print from the browser, the image appears just as it's supposed to.