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how to hide a url while printing a web page using scriptts...but not manually altering the settings of browser

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Next time maybe use a more descriptive thread title?

You can't, it's a browser or printer setting.

Shouldn't you be able to use a print media CSS doc to display:none your URLs?

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Shouldn't you be able to use a print media CSS doc to display:none your URLs?

I think he means the URL that is printed on top/bottom of the page as the source, and not those inside the document.

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Mr EvolutionFallen...what Mr pritaeas has said is the exact question to which i am looking answer for..will u now able to answer for it...i like to hide the url while printing the web page..

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what Mr pritaeas has said is the exact question to which i am looking answer for..will u now able to answer for it

pritaeas also already gave you the correct answer

You can't, it's a browser or printer setting.

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The answer was "no".

Again, this is put onto the page by the printer/browser and you can't control the behavior of those from your website.

If I was printing a page from a website, I wouldn't want someone doing that anyway if they could. Having the url allows me to easily know where exactly the printed page is from in case I forget later on.

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is there any way to change the browser settings by scripts..

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i have given a online link to my local application which contains htaccess file,but now the online link is not working..is there any resolution....

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I need to press Alt+F+V button using scripts..anyone kindly help me

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