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Row Height - Image Tiling when Printing - Macromedia Dreamweaver

Hi - I have posted a protoype page for our new Web site hoping folks can help with two issues: [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/draft3.htm[/url] When viewed in IE, the page appears as designed. However, when I go to print the page from IE, the row the holds the navigation tabs seems to expand vertically, "bumping" down and tiling the background image. See the screenshot that I have uploaded at: [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/printingfromIE.gif[/url]. I originally thought that this was due to the form elements I've used for the search box and/or button being too "tall" or having too much in the way of padding or margins. ...

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    Default Row Height - Image Tiling when Printing

    Hi - I have posted a protoype page for our new Web site hoping folks can help with two issues: [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/draft3.htm[/url]

    When viewed in IE, the page appears as designed. However, when I go to print the page from IE, the row the holds the navigation tabs seems to expand vertically, "bumping" down and tiling the background image. See the screenshot that I have uploaded at: [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/printingfromIE.gif[/url].

    I originally thought that this was due to the form elements I've used for the search box and/or button being too "tall" or having too much in the way of padding or margins. But I have since redefined the margins (0), padding (0) and height (20) of these -- BTW, the cell is 30 pixels high. The row displays fine in the browser ... but puffs up and tiles when printed. Could something about the horizontal size of the row and/or search cell be causing the tiling? The search button image is 20x75 pixels and the search box only 20 characters long. Any ideas?

    Second, I am not sure whether the above problem is browser specific for the following reason: The page displays fine in Netscape, but when I go to print it, it takes forever to print, and then I view my Printer dialog, it says the file is 45+MB big! Not so! Why would it do this? So I have no way of printing the page from Netscape. I don't think it's my printer, because when I try to PDF distill the page from within Netscape, it does the same thing -- that is, it takes forever to distill.

    Help? Thanks!



    Referring URLs
    [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/draft3.htm[/url]
    [url]www.scadawireless.com/newsite/printingfromIE.gif[/url]



    Sue Walsh webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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    Default Re:Row Height - Image Tiling when Printing

    I resolved this issue myself - thanks!


    Sue Walsh webforumsuser@macromedia.com Guest

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