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Suppress Print Information when printing a web page

I do some web page maintenance for the K-12 district I work for. I'm
writing some pages so users can print schedules and such. Is there a way to
keep the browser from printing the page title, file name, page number and
date?
Aug 9 '05 #1
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set that via css using the media="print" attribute on your stylesheet
link
http://www.alistapart.com/articles/goingtoprint/

Aug 9 '05 #2
JimO wrote:
I do some web page maintenance for the K-12 district I work for. I'm
writing some pages so users can print schedules and such. Is there a way to
keep the browser from printing the page title, file name, page number and
date?

It is in the browsers' file -> page setup options. You can't control
these settings with JavaScript.

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Rob
Aug 9 '05 #3
Thanks guys.
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JimO wrote:
I do some web page maintenance for the K-12 district I work for. I'm
writing some pages so users can print schedules and such. Is there a way to keep the browser from printing the page title, file name, page number and date?

It is in the browsers' file -> page setup options. You can't control
these settings with JavaScript.

--
Rob

Aug 11 '05 #4

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