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Printer friendly page with big data

By mde ·
Hi all,
I'm trying to develope a printer friendly page using ASP, the problem is that the content of the page is the search results of another one, and I'm triying pass this content to the print page without having to perform the searching proccessagain, in other words ... how can I pass a huge amount of data between these two pages using Client-Side only. By the way this contant should be in HTML format.

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use CSS media rule

by Jay Eckles In reply to Printer friendly page wit ...

Whatever solution you decide to go with, you should start with the Cascading Style Sheets media rule. This allows you to specify different styles for print versus screen. This would be *the* answer if not for the fact that some older browsers won't support the media rule. However, if you do take the time to implement this alternative style sheet, then you'll be better positioned for the future.

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