AFAIK there is no way to bypass the printer dialogue. You can design the print page usign a print CSS style sheet (with media="print" in the tag) to get rid of any elements that don't need printed (navigation etc.), and the user can then simply use the print button.
Have you tried different email addresses in the From field? Have you tried sending it to different email addresses with different anti-spam filters? Could just be your email has an aggressive anti-spam policy.
I meant have you tried to send the email to different email addresses. By different anti-spam I meant they should be with different providers (as in gmail, yahoo mail, hotmail etc.). Theres probably something in the email thats being sent thats causing it to be flagged as spam.
does anyone know of a free asp.net (must support .net 1.1!) wysiwyg component? it should handle basic formatting and insertion of movies/flash/images/urls and it would be nice if it could handle the upload of such media as well. i've been going through this site and didn't find anything appropriate. google comes up with tons of components, none of which are free.
any experiences, ideas?
help is greatly appreciated!
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I have created a basic website but wish add to it a login functionality this will allow me to give members extra functionality. However whilst researching I only seem to be able to find info on creating logins on Asp.Net. But I don’t wish to move my website to this technology just yet. Does anyone have any info / examples on how to create user login functionality on a very basic html page??
I have not yet hosted the website live but i am intending on doing so ! subsequently i gather it will be a database on a server but i dont have much knowledge in this area so any suggestions would be appriciated !
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