Actually, the question of OP was of type "Not a question". He had thought of a feature but did not know whether to use it or not. Websites should consider working with the viewport, rather than taking control of the browser itself.
What he was thinking about was to get the state whether browser itself (not some element) is in full screen mode (maximized in application words) or not. HTML documents have control only to the viewport, or the DOM. He wanted to control the browser itself. Which is not possible until now, your API library was good and helpful in most cases. But the question itself was of no good reason.
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I have a page that displays search results. I'm looking for a way to have those search results printed. However, there are some items (ads, menus, etc) that should not be printed.
Since the results are already being displayed, I'm trying to avoid having the server execute the search again.
Another thing to keep in mind, this is an SPA app (i.e. the URL never changes throughout the site).
My guess is since the html is getting sent to a new tab, the root URL is not set. So when it comes to a relative path for the images, css and script files, it doesn't know how to build the full path.
Does anyone know of a way to get this method to work? I know I can get this to work by having the server execute the search again, but I'm trying to see if there's a client side solution.
Look at CSS media queries. You should be able to serve the ads, etc, in something like
<divclass= "noprint"> ... </div>
or something similar in your CSS, so when the browser renders for printing, it will hide the ads, etc. You might need some fancy footwork elsewhere in your CSS to make things look right both on screen and paper.
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Hi all could anyone help me out I'm stuck on a question :
Write a function called validate that takes a single sting argument. The function should return true if and only if the string contains at least one dot (".") and exactly one "@" symbol.
E.g. validate ("firstname.lastname@example.org")===true
Please could someone help i just can't get my head around it, thanks!
Compiler is an angular service which traverses the DOM looking for attributes. The compilation process happens into two phases.
Compile: traverse the DOM and collect allof the directives. The result is a linking function.
Link: combine the directives with a scope and produce a live view. Any changes in the scope model are reflected in the view, andanyuser interactions with the view are reflected in the scope model. Making the scope model a single sourceof truth.
Some directives such ng-repeat clone DOM elements once for each item in collection. Having a compile and link phase improves performance since the cloned template only needs to be compiled once, andthen linked once for each clone instance.