Re: HTML question

David Payer ( (no email) )
Fri, 23 Jan 1998 11:26:30 -0600

----------> >One way or another, a page can always be printed, because of
the nature
> >of HTML. HTML source must be sent or a page won't show up. Source
> >can be viewed, and saved and the page reconstructed.
> >
> >ACCS Internet wrote:
> >>
> >> Does anyone out there know how to disable the printing ability for a
> >> web page?
> >> Is there a way of making a web page that cannot be printed? Thanks,
> >>
> >> -Jason Kallner

I have seen some web page design programs that make the output totally in
JAVA. You could control from that java program whether the output is
printable. Of course, people can always do a print screen.

David Payer