Page printing for offline reading

When it comes to reading something online you can’t beat printing it out and reading it in your own time whilst drinking a nice cup of cofee long after you’ve left your computer.

This script will help you to make it easier for your potential customers to do just the same (coffee is optional ;-) )

What a link like this will do on your sales page is encourage the consumption of your web page. The easier it is for people to consume or read your webpage the more sales you’ll make, it’s as simple as that.

Preface. When you have your page within a frame you will have a problem with printing the page. You can aid printing by placing this script on the page.

Here’s how to install today’s script…

A. Select all of the text in the box below then copy to clipboard (Ctrl+c), then paste (Ctrl+v) the HTML code you’ve just selected into the source code of your page anywhere between the <body> and </body> tags. The position you choose is where the “Print This Page” text will appear.

B. You can use other text instead of Print This Page.
Or place an image there (<img src="url_to_your_image">).

That’s all there is to it, you can see below how it should look when you’ve installed it on your web page. You can click the link to print this page.


Print This Page


by Michel Komarov, © Copyright 2004.


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One Response to “Page printing for offline reading”

  1. ausis Says:

    Thanks Michael I have been looking for this type of script for my members section so they can benefit more from the work and info they learn from me. I am going to start using it right away.

    Thanks again TJ & the team from ausis Australian solutions

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