Most websites still offer a print style sheet and did you ever wonder how possible is to use jQuery to create a print page button? In this post you will find 10 jQuery-made “print page” button, options and tutorials. Enjoy!
A simple jQuery plugin to wrap the inner elements matching a given selector in a *print page* link, then add an onclick handler to print the current page.
This plugin is designed upon the well-known jPrintArea, with some improvements and functionalities corrections. Rewritten as true jQuery plugin!
4. PrintArea – Print section of the page with jQuery
This plugin allows us to indicate which container on the page we want to send to the printer maintaining the original css styles applied to the element being printed.
5. jQuery Printing Plugin
The plugin creates an iframe and print it directly! This way you save yourself (and your users) the hassle of dealing with a new window.
6. jQuery Print Preview Plugin
The jQuery Print Preview plugin is designed to provide visitors with a preview of the print version of a web site. Unlike traditional print previews this plugin brings in all content and print styles within a modal window.
7. jQuery Print Element 1.2
Sets whether the plugins behavior is to open a popup of the element to print before printing, or to create a hidden iframe. Possible values: ‘iframe’ | ‘popup’
8. Print Part of a Web Page with jQuery
A jQuery plugin to handle the print() functionality. This way, we can make anything on the page printable using a jQuery selector.
9. Easy Unobstructive jQuery Print Page Tutorial
An easier way to create Print This Page buttons, and yes it doesn’t involve an onclick=” event…
10. Add Print Ability to FancyBox jQuery Plugin
In this tutorial you will learn how to add a nice print button to the FancyBox jQuery plugin.