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  1. Yeah you did help me on another matter, regarding the on screen size of the 'input' fields, and another similar to this. Found what you where reffering to, 'span.noprint {display:none;}'Thanks again. You've helped alot, the site looks alot better now.Do you know the print function as a button on the page though, as it's frames, I don't want people to accidently print 'as laid out on screen'
  2. unfortunatly dosn't seem to work, this is what I'm trying to do in CSS:- <input size="5"> Tryed this, but dosn't work. input.name { size:5;}input.num { size:10;}
  3. I am wanting to have a print button on a page so that only a certain section is printed, and not the information on how to use the page. I am figuruing more than likly it would have to be Javascript. but if anyone can helpTA
  4. Are there any styles available for the 'input' tag, speciffically regards to 'size'. I havn't been able to find any.
  5. The references for CSS are these all of them, or are there more advanced ones available e.g. for 'input' tags.
  6. THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU As you probably guessed thats just what I needed
  7. Problem is the input fields are what make it not print well, the length of these can not be changed to my knowlege, all thats going in is at most 5 numbers so thats a lot of wasted space and when in two columns dosn't print well but wastes paper with one column.
  8. bradley.lee

    php substitute

    what do you mean by substitute, I know a bit of php but no perl
  9. I can use normal forms, but what I need is for the end user to choose to send the form to 'site a' for a printable version of what is there, or 'site b' for further work. I have tried adding 'action's in to the form tag, but that dosn't work, I was hoping to get it to do both at the same time.I have also tried using a nested form e.g. <form action="site-a.php"><form action="site-b.php" target="_blank"><input type="text" name="in1"><input type="submit" value="submit"></form><input type="submit" value="submit"></form> This didn't work,
  10. There is the script for the ford capri.He has the image on the web it can not be local to just your machine and uploaded, he just used old style html, this is obvious by the use of the <font> tag which has been replaced by style sheets 'css'
  11. You need to use the 'preload' command use this link to the w3 tryit pagehttp://www.w3schools.com/dhtml/tryit.asp?f...l_image_preloadHope it helps
  12. I wouldn't of thought so as the refresh is made seperate to the page, I'm still quite new but probably not
  13. I have a webpage with a financial statement on the page it's self dosn't print very well, so I did a printer friendly page but there is another step after this, so I need the form data to be sent to two different pages. Either at once or prefferable by user choice. Is this possible. and if so how.
  14. Hi codyhp;I personnaly use frames as it makes things easier with lots of pages, admittedly you could use a SSI with your list of pages for navigation and put that in to a cell on a table, but I like frames because they don't scroll with the rest of the page. This is the code I use:- <frameset cols="181,*" onload="popup()"><frame noresize="noresize" src="menu/menu.php" border="0" framespacing="0" frameborder="0" name="menu" /> <frameset rows="125,*"> <frame noresize="noresize" src="head.php" border="0" framespacing="0" frameborder="0" name="head" /> <frame noresize="noresize" src="finstat.php?size=2" frameborder="0" name="showframe" /><noframes><body>Your borowser unfortunatly does not support frames!</body></noframes></frameset> It diplays 3 frames, one all the way down the left for navigation, another at the top with logo and name etc. and then the content window.Admittedly it does restrict the very oldest of browsers.But you can choose which you want.
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