Printing a page

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I have a fixed height form for a customer.  One area on the form has all
the data.  This area is scrollable.  Is there a way to print the entire
data area including what is not yet seen until you scroll?

Re: Printing a page

sheldonlg wrote:

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...and then it stopped working.  I was having a problem on IE6 the spry
horizontal menus were hidden behind the next div.  So, on the menu
wrapper I added a z-index.  That made the menus work, but now it is
ignoring the @media print.

Re: Printing a page

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And this very thread highlights the value of doing just that, preparing a
simple example to show us the exact problem. More often than not the
preparation of the simple example shows you what the problem is.

And when you prepare the simple example show it to the validator before
showing it here. Many times the validator will point out the problem (which
is usually a typo).

The first thing many do here *when a URL is supplied* is to show that URL to
the validator. I have seen many times the following:

OP: I have a problem.
Us: URL?
OP: supplies url.
Us: Validate it, you have twenty seven errors.
OP: Yep, that fixed it.

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