In the IE6 options dialog there is an option for selecting if you want background images and colors to be printed. The same option exists in FireFox. Checking this option will make all images print. The reason why an image may not be displayed when printing is WebEasy is deciding that it is a decoration on the page rather than important information, so when it comes to printing it is not required. If you want to force it to print, add an HTML Title to the image in WebEasy. It will then always be shown in the print preview, regardless of the settings the user has in their web browser. To do this, 1. Click on the item in WebEasy. 2. Go to the object inspector, 3. On the properties tab, under item, enter a description of the image under Html Title 4. Rebuild and view your site.
When I build and preview my web page it does not print anything other than the text of the page. Without my images the text is difficult to follow. How do I get the browser to print my actual web page? (KB005151)
Modified on: Tue, Jun 28, 2016 at 6:21 PM
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