[thelist] HTML files print to one HTML file

Norman Bunn norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Thu Feb 24 13:03:47 CST 2005

The problem is that each page is designed to stand alone with 
appropriate <.DOC> <.HEAD> and <.BODY> tags.  If you could remove 
everything above the <.BODY> and below the <./BODY> (including the tags, 
you could just use Server Side Includes (SSI).  Another option is to use 
<.IFRAME> tags, but you have to worry about scrollbars.



Norman W. Bunn
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Ellen Kanner wrote:

> Does anyone have an example of how they've taken an HTML directory of 
> files to and put them into one printable HTML file?
> All of which is activated when a user clicks a link?  It takes the 
> index page as the first page, and subsequent pages are pulled in.
> Let me know if you need more explanation.
> Is there a Javascript for this?  Php?
> Thanks,
> Ellen

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