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Printing a Gridview - how to print n rows on each page using page break
CSS page-break-after not working cross browser I tested page-break-after: always; with ie10 and firefox 22 - it works in both; in Chrome 30 it does not work. So its difficult to tell why it does not work for you in firefox 22. If your user base is mostly IE and firefox (like in our company). This will work: .pagebreak { page-break-after: always; } Apparently the support for css pagebreak is not ideal: pagebreak does not work in chrome or pagebreak not working in all browsers A search for chrome issues lead me to issue 99124 - Printed table content does not respect page-break CSS properties; reported on Oct 4, 2011 and still untriaged: Confirmed, not reviewed for priority and assignment. It seems that printing is just not important. Adding this css did not help either: @medi

Categories : Javascript

how to create print view with A4 page size and fix border per page
this may be help u out <div id="printpage"> //blah blah </div> <a href="#" onclick="printdiv()">Print</a> function printdiv() { //your print div data //alert(document.getElementById("printpage").innerHTML); var newstr=document.getElementById("printpage").innerHTML; var header='<header><div align="center"><h3 style="color:#EB5005"> Your HEader </h3></div><br></header><hr><br>' var footer ="Your Footer"; //You can set height width over here var popupWin = window.open('', '_blank', 'width=1100,height=600'); popupWin.document.open(); popupWin.document.write('<html> <body onload="window.print()">'+ newstr + '</html>' + footer); popupWin.document.clos

Categories : PHP

HTML print second page with no page break?
Try this: .divTag p { page-break-before: always; } 'auto' only inserts a printing page break if determined necessary by the browser. Also, you may want to wrap that css like this: @media print { .divTag p { page-break-before: always; } } Or you can use this css: @media print { .page-break { display: block; page-break-before: always; } } And put the .page-break class on the element where you wish to have the break.

Categories : HTML

Print off web page in a full web page
Add an extra stylesheet to your page, and make use of the media element: <link rel='stylesheet' media='screen,print' href='css/standardstylesheet.css'> <!-- print stylesheet --> <link rel='stylesheet' media='print' href='css/printStyles.css'> In your print style sheet add selectors for elements you don't want to print, and set them to display:none: #myMenu, #myNavBar, #someOtherElement { display:none; /* Opacity:0; might work too. */ } You might have to adjust the CSS to ensure that elements don't move around when your selected no-printing elements have disappeared.

Categories : PHP

How to redirect /page/index page to /page (and /page to /page/) in Ruby on Rails?
If you don't want to cause a full reload of the page, then you should not use "redirect" in your routes, as that simply issues a browser redirect. That would cause Rails to issue a 301 "Moved Permanently". That essentially means "there is a /page/index route but it's a mistake, we don't use it anymore, please go to /page instead and never come back here." If that is the case then that is what you want to do. If you're using Passenger and will continue to use Passenger, it would be more efficient to put an Apache redirect rule in the htaccess file. It also seems strange that this is even an issue. How have /page/index, /page, and /page/ emerged in the wild as URLs that all point to the same index#index action? What is this index controller? The usual thing is to have, say, a PagesControlle

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Chrome: window.print() print dialogue opens only after page reload (javascript)
I am most certain you are experiencing this issue because you have a video element on your page - most probably an MP4. If you disable this video / or have an OGV video instead, the printing should work fine. It is a bug in chrome itself due to limitations of Chrome's video implementation. It is also important to note that if the user prints manually with ctrl-p / cmd-p, print functions correctly http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=141633 Hope this helps :)

Categories : Javascript

How can I prevent Internet Explorer from repeat displaying the same background image in every page of a print out using a print CSS stylesheet?
I ran into the same problem today. One solution is a structure like this: <body> <div id="background" style="position: relative;"> <img src="bkgnd.png" style="position: absolute; z-index: -1;"> <div class="container" ...> ... </div> </div> </body> The basic idea is to take the image out of the flow but position it relative to its containing <div>. The z-index pushes it behind other elements. So this can be used as any kind of column header. One upside to this is that the background image will print even if the "background images" option isn't set in the print dialog. I'd like to see a proper solution as well though. Edit 2013/07/23: It looks like the CSS3 property will be box-decoration-break. This isn't going to help

Categories : CSS

How to print some specific part of a page via window.print()
One posible solution, perhaps not the best option: 1. Open a new window with JS 2. Copy the whole table into the new window (with jQuery for example) 3. Print the new window 4. Close the window Sure it has a blink effect but It will work.

Categories : PHP

Extra blank page when I print (except in IE) - is it my print css?
I'm gonna suggest that you try using a CSS reset. Resets are supposed to help different browsers display the website in the same way. You could try the one at http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/ but I have never used it so I can't really say how it will work. You could also try googling for a CSS reset specifically for print styles.

Categories : CSS

Cocoa code- how to print 1024 bytes of a file in one page and next 1024 bytes in the next page after pressing the next button?
Each call to the next method appends the hex output to the instance variable (?) string. You have to start with an empty string in the next method. Either call [string setString:@""]; at the start of next, or replace the instance variable with a local variable NSMutableString *string = [[NSMutableString alloc]init]; in the next method. Also, as trojanfoe correctly commented, you should not call [textview setString: string]; 1024 times inside the for-loop, but call it once after the loop.

Categories : Objective C

JQuery Function not firing on page load it works only after i refresh page or re-visit the same page again
Well I got the general gist of your question but the entire question description is pretty confusing so I'll try to just help you out where I think it counts. var leftbar = $(".pg-left-bar").height(); var rightbar = $(".pg-right-bar").height(); if (leftbar >= rightbar) { $(".pg-right-bar").css({ "height": leftbar + "px" }) }else{ $(".pg-left-bar").css({ "height": rightbar + "px" }) } I omitted your magic numbers and the other code to make the change apparent but I think your issue was due to the lack of "px" being concatenated to the ends of your css declarations. If this isn't the issue would you mind showing a full example.

Categories : Javascript

With Flying Saucer, how do I generate a pdf with a page number and page total on every page at the footer?
In your html, you need to put this somewhere in the body tag: <div id="footer"> page <span id="pagenumber"></span> of <span id="pagecount"></span> </div> And this should be your css/style: #footer { position: running(footer); text-align: right; } @page { @bottom-right { content: element(footer); } } #pagenumber:before { content: counter(page); } #pagecount:before { content: counter(pages); } You can learn more about that @bottom-right option here.

Categories : Java

how can I pass a variable from an input box on one page to another page and use this info to perform a search on page 2?
Did you try and search for the answer first? This should help you... Link to your question that has already been answered

Categories : PHP

how to display a coming soon page when a page doesn't have an index page using htaccess
I'm guessing that for http://domain1.com/, you've got the document root pointed to /domain1.com/, which means it will never be able to access files outside of the document root. You'll need to move the comingsoon.php file to the /domain1.com/ folder and include the same ErrorDocument. Another option is to include the full hostname in the original error document: ErrorDocument 403 http://maindomain.com/comingsoon.php But this will change the location in the browser's address bar.

Categories : Htaccess

How can the Page Size, Page Orientation, and Page Margins of an ods Spreadsheet Be Set Using ODFDOM?
The necessary calls can be made to some of the underlying ODF objects which the SpreadsheetDocument provides access to. First, we need to get the proper document properties reference (for all examples, "spreadsheet" is a reference to a created SpreadsheetDocument): StyleMasterPageElement defaultPage = spreadsheet.getOfficeMasterStyles().getMasterPage("Default"); String pageLayoutName = defaultPage.getStylePageLayoutNameAttribute(); OdfStylePageLayout pageLayoutStyle = defaultPage.getAutomaticStyles().getPageLayout(pageLayoutName); PageLayoutProperties pageLayoutProps = PageLayoutProperties.getOrCreatePageLayoutProperties(pageLayoutStyle); Then, we can set the various properties, such as margins, orientation, and height/width. Note that the height and width values seem to

Categories : Java

Print all input from web page
Why don't you just use urllib2 + BeautifulSoup: import urllib2 from bs4 import BeautifulSoup url = "http://sito.com/SitoContact.htm" # change to whatever your url is page = urllib2.urlopen(url).read() soup = BeautifulSoup(page) for i in soup.find_all('input'): print i FYI, I couldn't access the page you've provided due to ssl error, that's why the example is using another URL. Note, in case you need to fill the form or make some actions with inputs, you will need mechanize or similar tools. But, anyway, you may continue to use BeautifulSoup for parsing the html. Also, take a look at Selenium project.

Categories : Python

Print PDF instead of page with Jquery
Since PDF is usually controlled by a plugin, you'd have to hook into the plugin to make it print properly. You might be able to force this to work using Mozilla's PDF.js on your site. It's built into Firefox, but you may be able to have it work with your site.

Categories : Javascript

Two print buttons with different css on the same page... Possible?
You could dynamically change the print CSS based upon which button is clicked with something like this: Add an id to your stylesheet reference: <link rel="stylesheet" href="print1.css" id="printCss" media="print"> Add an on click event to your button: <input type="button" onclick="swapCss();"/> Dynamically swap the css file: function swapCss() { document.getElementById('printCss').href = 'print2.css'; }

Categories : PHP

multiple print css for same page
This is what works for me: <style type="text/css"> @media print { .printOnly { display: block !important; page-break-after: always; } #original_content { page-break-after: always; } } </style> <body> <div id="original_content"> ...(your original content)... </div> <div class="printOnly" style="display:none"> ...(basically a copy of original content, you can repeat this div multiple times if you need more than one copy)... </div> </body>

Categories : CSS

how to set break for print page(div) using css?
I remember when I needed to do this. These 2 links are what got me through it very quickly and simply: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_print_pageba.asp http://davidwalsh.name/css-page-breaks

Categories : Javascript

Print a web page without cuting a div
You have to use CSS properties page-break-inside and/or page-break-after and/or page-break-before: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_print_pagebi.asp http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_print_pageba.asp http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/pr_print_pagebb.asp and I guess for your needs it's fine to use page-break-inside only: HTML: <div class="dont-break-me"></div> CSS: div.dont-break-me{ page-break-inside: avoid; }

Categories : HTML

SSRS Print in odd page
This is quite a stretch, I'm not sure if this is possible but just to give you an idea on how it could be done you can add a global variable in the footer and put it in a textbox. Then set the visibility to be dependent on the textbox value. For example =IIF (footertextbox1.value = 2 Or 4 OR 6 Or 8, True,False)

Categories : SQL

How do you print page breaks with iOS?
I don't have a general solution but I did manage to get page breaks working after some fiddling. Seems like UIWebView is a little finicky with where page-break-before/page-break-after can be applied. Taking a hint from this question I decided to try adding my page break styles to the h1 elements instead of divs and to my surprise the pagebreaks appeared. Here's what it looks like now: <style type="text/css"> @media print { .pagebreak-before:first-child { display: block; page-break-before: avoid; } .pagebreak-before { display: block; page-break-before: always; } } </style> ... <body> <h1 class="pagebreak-before">Page 1</h1> <p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet...</p> <h1 class="pagebreak-before">Page 2</h1> <p>

Categories : HTML

parallax refreshing the page not taking the page to the landing page
Did you try: document.getElementById("body").scrollTop = 0; If this doesn't work, you may want to replace the "body" element id with the id of the container of your parallax section. If you need parallax-specific scrolling help, my company and I have a list of parallax tutorials at http://potentpages.com/parallax-tutorials/. You will likely want the jQuery section. A tutorial there may be able to help you if the "scrollTop" solution doesn't work.

Categories : Misc

How can I get values to print out with a page break using php?
I'm not sure I understand your question entirely, but if I do, when you put them into the textarea they are shown one per line, but on printing them with PHP, they're all on the same line? If this is the case, it's because textareas use newline characters to create a line break. Browsers will interpret this as any other whitespace, so will print it just as a space. You can fix this in your php but using nl2br, e.g. nl2br($endwallPanels), which converts newline characters to HTML <br> characters.

Categories : PHP

Print page that contain ListBox or GridView
My answer is based on my helper class of printing textbox text. I have tweaked that sample for supporting listbox. Check out the below code. XAML <Grid Background="{StaticResource ApplicationPageBackgroundThemeBrush}"> <Canvas x:Name="printCanvas" Opacity="0" /> <StackPanel Margin="100"> <ListBox Height="500" Width="400" x:Name="MyLbx"> <ListBox.ItemTemplate> <DataTemplate> <StackPanel> <TextBlock FontSize="20"> <Run Text="Item name : "/> <Run Text="{Binding ItemName}" /> </TextBlock> <TextBlock FontSize="20"> <Run Text="Item code : "/> <Run Text="{Bi

Categories : C#

Print page from HTML template
I am not quite sure how your HTML works, but a simpler way of doing this would be to add a separate media to your CSS. Then you would only need your original page, no need for opening a pop-up and moving data around: @media print { /*Put the way you want to format your page on printing here*/ } See the W3C reference here.

Categories : Javascript

HTML Print Page Fitting
Here's a good tutorial that walks through what I was talking about in my comment: http://webdesign.about.com/cs/css/a/aa042103a.htm

Categories : C#

how to print specific table from web page
you can reference css on difference mode(screen/print),then display:none on print's css <link type="text/css" media="screen" rel="stylesheet" href="normal.css"/> <link type="text/css" media="print" rel="stylesheet" href="print.css"/>

Categories : PHP

I want to print only the content of the iframe and not the whole page
If your button is outside of iframe, then the click action would set focus to parent window instead of the iframe that has content to get printed. refer this post if this is the case: Setting focus to iframe contents

Categories : C#

Any way to print contents of a screen to a web page?
Either of these should work. <?php $logs = "PATH_TO_SERVER_LOGS/server.log"; $fh = fopen($logs, 'r'); $theData = fread($fh, filesize($logs)); fclose($fh); echo $theData; header("refresh: 5"); ?> <?php //Replace ./server.log with the path to your server logs and make sure apache has the proper //permissions to read the file. $file = file_get_contents('./server.log', true); echo $file; header("refresh: 5"); ?>

Categories : PHP

print two images on single page c#
The working of printDocument is like this: First the program reaches the printPage function, reads all the code and at the end of the function, if there exists a line e.hasMorePages = true; , then the program re-enters the function from the begining and read again the codes to print it to the next page and continues until it reads a line e.hasMorepages = false .. So u dont have to put a loop inside the function. What you have to do is to make variables inside the class, and incre or decrement the variables to make a condition that satisfies e.hasMorePages = false after your printing job has finished.. public void PD_PrintPage(object sender, PrintPageEventArgs e) { float W = e.MarginBounds.Width; // if you are calculating the whole page margin, then split it to carry 2 images

Categories : C#

Use Javascript To Print Page As PDF (With Django)
I think the most ideal solution would be to change the style so that it was more printer friendly rather than making it into a pdf. If it really does have to be a pdf created with Javascript, there's a library jsPDF http://parall.ax/products/jspdf out there for creating pdfs with Javascript. You would have to write something on your own to parse the page to create a matching pdf. If you can use php, I recommend using dompdf, which was written specifically to translate webpages into pdfs, so there would be much less work involved there. https://github.com/dompdf/dompdf I've actually used this library, and it seems decent, though it doesn't support all css styling.

Categories : Javascript

Page break on print issue
I don't know in what lenguage you want the code, and what varibles are using, but it's a way in java: int lines=3; int i = 0,aux=lines; lines=lines*2; do { if(lines>aux){System.out.print(i);if(i==4){lines--;System.out.println("");}if(lines>aux && i==4){i=-1;}} i++; if(lines!=0 && lines<=aux){System.out.print(i);if(i==9){lines--;i=4;System.out.println("");}} } while (lines>0); change the int lines to change the number of double lines you want in HTML the only way is using JavaScript, I hope this can help you!

Categories : Javascript

Print page created with javascript not styling according to css
Here is an example showing this code working in a jsFiddle. I included jQuery just to make the event bind on the click a little easier. When you comment out the print() & close() - its a lot easier to check what happens. In that example, I appear to get exactly what you want. New window, correct content, link tag with the right href attribute. If you are having trouble with the css file, double check the file path. To be easier, you should probably just specify the full url for the css file: http://example.com/css/print.css.

Categories : Javascript

How to get RSS info from link and print it in PHP/HTML page?
it is just xml. All you have to do is curl that page or: $feed = file_get_contents('http://grabo.bg/rss/?city=&affid=16090'); And after that to say: $rss = simplexml_load_string($feed); and then say foreach($rss as $r){ //in your case echo $r->title; echo $r->content; }

Categories : PHP

when using capybara is there a way to print out to a file what page of the app you're supposed to be on?
Just use: save_and_open_page Capybara Reference For that to work you'll have to add the gem launchy to your Gemfile inside the test group: group :test do ... gem 'capybara' gem 'launchy' end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Print a page without forms' urls in Rails
I think you can do this in 2 ways: 1) you can use css styles for media screen print to hide those links while in print mode http://css-tricks.com/css-media-queries/: @media print { .your-class { visibility: none; } } 2) you can use a gem like wicked_pdf (https://github.com/mileszs/wicked_pdf) and generate your own views for pdf using a link on your page that will say like: "Print version" class ThingsController < ApplicationController def show respond_to do |format| format.html format.pdf do render :pdf => "file_name" end end end end

Categories : Ruby On Rails

How to apply some styles to first and last elements on a print page?
Try first-child and last-child. For Instance, p {font-size: 20px;} p:first-child {...} /* Add your desired style here */ p:last-child {...} /* Add your desired style here */

Categories : Javascript

How to print stream in page using jquey mobile
You have to use .html instead of .append..... socket.onmessage = function(msg) { if(JSON.stringify(msg)!=null) $('#log').html('<p>'+JSON.stringify(msg[data])+'</p>') };

Categories : Javascript



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