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Feb 25, 2013, 15:15 #1
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CSS correct way to go about this task?
Hello to All,
I have a PHP application which manages students that take a course.
After they take a course the instructor must print a certification card for each student.
The cards are on preprinted paper, and right now the school that I am doing this for uses Microsoft Word or Excel to line up the text with the card and then print each card.
I need to print these cards from my PHP app.
Is CSS the right way to go about this? Example.
I need student name 40px from the top of the page and 100px from the left of the page.
How should this be handled? Should i create DIVs first and then style text after?
Im good a tinkering with CSS but not writing it.
The card contains Student Name, Card expiration date, course ID, city, state, instructor name, etc.
For each student a card needs to be created on a new card.
Feb 25, 2013, 16:34 #2
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- Melbourne, AU
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Make sure to put these styles in a print style sheet, though:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="print" href="print.css">