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  1. Actually that is what I believe I did. I think it was possibly linked to a pdf and when the user clicked on the image the pdf was downloaded then they could print it. Is their a better & easier way? I know bits & pieces about html. I can't just whip it out like a 2nd language but I know enough that usually I can figure it out.
  2. Ben, Could you give me a hint on the printing part. I want just that jpg to print not the page.
  3. I am creating a "coupon" as a graphic and want the coupon to be the only thing that prints. As I has said I have performed this before. I have a sample of what the old CSS code looked like: <a href="http://www.sound-offpromotions.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/sop-coupon.jpg"><img'>http://www.sound-offpromotions.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/sop-coupon.jpg"><img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-1008" title="sop coupon" src="http://www.sound-offpromotions.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/sop-coupon.jpg" alt="" width="322" height="313" /></a>. For what every reason I swear I remember having to save the graphic (coupon) as a pdf as well. The problem is I can't remember why. .
  4. I have done it before, but I can't remember how i did it. I feel so stupid! I remember having to create a saved graphic as a jpeg and as a pdf. The really sad part is I also remember writing it down so I could do it again and I lost the directions. Can anybody point me in the direction of some really helpful hints on how to save a jpeg on my website and make it printable.
  5. I need a idiot proof example on how to write css for a printable jpg

    1. falkencreative


      If you have questions, you should post them in the forum. =)

    2. falkencreative


      As far as I understand it though, CSS has nothing to do with a printable image. If you want an image to print, it needs to use the <img> tag, and cannot be a background-image set using CSS.

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