Re: Printing the Page and Executing the Form action With One Click.

On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 18:24:27 GMT, "Beauregard T. Shagnasty"
<a.nony.mous@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Fred wrote:
>> How would you configure a submit button <input type="submit"
>> name="Submit" value="Submit"> button So that when clicked it sends to
>> the action and also prints the page with the form at the same time?
>How will you know that your visitors have a printer turned on, or even
>if they *have* a printer associated with their surfing device?
>I don't think I have seen a cell phone or a PDA with a printer on it
>yet. My desktop PC only has a printer engaged when I want to print
>something, and my laptop never has a printer attached.
>What will be the ramifications if someone cannot print this page? Say
>someone who has JavaScript disabled?
>Can you explain just why you want to do this?

I know, its a funky request but my client wants it and if they want it
they get it.

I'll have the form parser return a page asking if it worked. I dunno.