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Response to raccoon (Original post)

Thu Jun 27, 2013, 12:41 PM

2. Depends on the browser and settings

Most browsers have the ability to enable and disable printing of color, images and background. Also, style sheets (CSS) have media tags that are specific to Printing that can drastically change the page rendering for printers. Items on pages like iFrames (usually are where ads are loaded) will cause problems. Internet Explorer does support saving the page as a .mht (or mhtml) self-contained, multipart MIME file (similar to emails).. you may want to try saving and reopening from this structure.

Another option is to try to convert the page to PDF via an online service, such as: http://www.web2pdfconvert.com/

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