|If you are designing forms for browsers and including frames, you may wish to add a button that the user can click on to print the current frame.
The following piece of code allows you to do this by simulating the Netscape or Internet Explorer function to print the selected frame:
self.print(); return false
Naturally you could replace the text with a graphic. This function only works with Netscape Communicator 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4.0 onwards.
Another option is to use the window.print method. This method prints the window which in a frames format would print more than the customer might be expecting.
<a href="#" onClick="window.print();return false">
window.print(); return false