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This can be useful when you have multiple images on the screen, using a low resolution version of the images. When users try to print the selected image, you can pass the high resolution url to Print.
Dealing with Printing
If you have questions when implementing or using the library, ask about it in StackOverflow. Pull requests are very welcome!
Make sure your patches are well tested: PDF Printing Print. PDF files must be served from the same domain as your app is hosted under.
This helps preventing Cross-site scripting XSS attacks. Example Add a button to print a PDF file located on your hosting server: There is an open bug in Mozilla's website about this.
When using Firefox, Print. As mentioned above, the PDF is returned as a Blob. Should this not be supported, you can optionally retrieve the PDF as a baseencoded binary and use it in a data URL as source for the afore mentioned elements.
Another possibility would be to convert asynchronously. After the conversion is finished, you can download it from a URL. However, this does not work in every PDF viewer.
It may be useful in some situations where you want to handle your print flow, update user interface, etc.
Sometimes these styling settings are great on screen but it looks pretty bad when printing. You can remove it by setting this to false. By default all text will be printed in black.Not actual text.
See what nearly 90, developers picked as their most loved, dreaded, and desired coding languages and more in the Developer Survey. When set to false, the library will not process styles applied to the html being printed.
In that case, it meant "Only element IDs are matched" The element IDs are still done in jQuery style " id", but it does not mean that all jQuery selectors are supported.
More information about those can be found in the manual.