To better understand, we can see two h2 heading tag. The author has pushed out a few commits in 2016 to improve the plugin. But I have something more to do, when I am giving a print the length of the controls got changed, I have tables in my code, these tables are having controls like text, textarea when I give a print the text area which I was seeing on the web Page is different from the one which I took print. Quick question, I am implementing a jQuery modal pop-up in my app and I want the users to be able to print only the content of that modal window. The difference is the text area size, if some way if I can change the element attributes before printing that would be great, is there any way I can do this. Can I use selectors on var I mean some thing below var x this.
Ideally this print functionality would need to work in every major browser. The caveat being that the containing element is not printed - only it's child elements get added to the print document. I actually found a solution that seems to work. Thus we can understand that it is printing only the specific div element. I'm thinking I am not hooking up to your script correctly in my Head section, or at least, something is not making the connection to the script to do the work.
Not sure what's up, unless the fact that the link is also enclosed in a span class. Hey Ben, First of all, great code there! It's a simple subtraction method. As an added bonus, it was released in conjunction with a SitePoint article which you can read here:. Copy paste the following code and save it with. . You add a button on your page and your open in a popup your special print page and call window. You can't put the head tag within the body tag.
You can add your printable content to a new page and then use this plugin to print it. PrintArea jQuery Plugin designed to print specified areas of a web page. Other people myself included can see that it a simple plugin that simply works. One h2 tag will be available in the print window. Are you want to get implementation help, or modify or extend the functionality of this script? This is designed to provide visitors with a preview of the print version of a website. I had to make one little adjustment.
This plugin is basic and works just fine across the browsers I tested in. Also, writing is fairly slow in general so you could optimize your html by creating a string first and writing once instead of multiple writes. I'm using this print plugin on the page here: It prints the desired content as you can see , but not with the intended formatting. This plugin creates a small modal window with a message and image, loading just before the main browser print modal. The Style tags are crucial to in the document because they will determine the look and feel of the printed content. It seems to work best when used on anchor tags that point to the content you want to print. This is easier to do if the div is a direct child of the body tag, so you will have to move whatever you want to print to a div like that.
This is just a different approach to solving this issue. Now call me an idiot, but I never really thought about the fact that window. However all modern browsers handle print previewing in a consistent way so keep that in mind if you need full comparability. Not to mention that the code block will sometimes catch an error. Kind Regards, Tony Hi, this plugin seem to work very differently in my case its a failure when the page which i want to print has the following scrollable area. For more Advanced Usages, please check the or visit the official website. Include jQuery library and PrintArea.
I am just bumbling around. Nice solution you got here. I reprint his code here: objFrame. Print All the printable content goes here. Many times you required to giving a printable option on your web project.