Printing an HTML

September 8, 2008 10:39pm CST
Who has open an html website and print the page using Internet Explorer. Have you notice the default behaivor is to print a header and footer for all the pages, but this header and footer sometimes is ugly. I have seen in the web about different ways to avoid this header, some cases to create a specific and different header, but that is using some scripts with a high price. have you seen some plugins or scripts open source that help to change the ugly header and footer ??? The other problems is if that scripts could work on Firefox (not only on IE). what do you think ??? that could be possible ??? Regards
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3 responses
• India
9 Sep 08
if you want to remove header and footer in html print page go to page setup and remove the words in header and footer.
• Ecuador
10 Sep 08
that method is a little hard because if all the people over the internet should do that before to print ... :(
@suri008 (118)
• India
9 Sep 08
hi frank ya its possible some times because different formated of properties useing in develop the web so complications on printing apge.solve on them as in print prives can open and checked differnces on them that file can be open on notepad and editplus and them print to sificent modifications
@ferdzNK (3214)
• Philippines
9 Sep 08
I am not aware of any script for header and footer beautification the way you described it but it is really annoying to see it on the printed copy. What I do is just disable it in the page setup if ever I would print the site I am viewing.