Article discusses how the (Print this Page) option work

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Article discusses how the (Print this Page) option work

If you are looking to add a printable version of your Web pages on your Web site, be sure to read this article.
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  • Category: ASP/Content Management

  • Submitted on: 2008-03-05 04:52:09

  • Submitted By: Devesh Khanna

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Many people have asked how this script works. In the past I simply sent the source to the /ASPScripts/PrintPage.asp to those interested, but I'd still frequently get questions regarding the script. Therefore, this article will provide both the source code for the script and an explanation on how it works.

Before any of this article will make much sense, it's important that you understand the format of articles on 4Guys. Articles use two server-side includes to import the needed HTML to render the top graphics, the left bar, and the advertising banners. The actual article files simply contain the server-side include directives and the text for the article.    More detail...

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