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How to include css in new window using javascript

Sahana Hegde
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Hi guys,

I am using this function to print out a part of the current page. It is getting the content correctly. However if I include the link to the stylesheet the window.print is not working. please help.


The above function works correctly in Mozilla but not IE.
Thanks
[ September 05, 2008: Message edited by: Sahana Hegde ]
Eric Pascarello
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Try an absolute URL and see if it works.

Eric
Sahana Hegde
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Thank you for the reply. I tried that too. Its not working only in IE.
Its working fine in Mozilla.
Sahana Hegde
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I kept trying to make it work and noticed that it is printing if I remove the link to the css file in the new window. It is just printing a blank page with header and footer if I include the css. I tried hard coding the css information in the js file, but still prints a blank page. any ideas?

[ September 08, 2008: Message edited by: Sahana Hegde ]
[ September 08, 2008: Message edited by: Sahana Hegde ]
 
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