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I'm printing a page of my PHP application with the ( ctrl + P ), at the base of the printout, the url path is shown..i.e http:// localhost:8080/student/result.php how can i hide this or customize it. Thanks

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What browser are you printing from? Printing, and the associated headers and footnotes are a browser feature. – Bob Mar 28 '12 at 16:04
I'm printing from Chrome. – hello Mar 28 '12 at 16:05
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For Chrome, uncheck "Headers and Footers" in the bottom left corner of the printing preferences that come up.

Screenshot of Chrome printing preferences
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Other browsers have a similar option. In fact, both Firefox and Internet Explorer seem to allow finer control of the position and content of headers and footers, rather than just a show/hide (which, according to forums, was only introduced to Chrome recently).

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Thanks Bob. I'm glad – hello Mar 28 '12 at 16:19

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