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hi experts,

I know this in PHP but like to get it done in JSP. Bascially I want to print the Main content only leaving top banner and left menu.
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 top banner
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Left      |    Main Content  (print version)
Menus  |
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           |
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           |
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User clicks on print version and separate page just displaying main content should appear can we do it in jSP.

thx,
PH
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This isn't anything to do with the dynamic language PHP or JSP but the CSS associated with printing.

If you just want to display the main content is depends on exactly how you have created the page; whether you used frames or composite pages where you only show the content one.
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I showed diagram already how the page will look. Top banner, left Menus and Main content page.
And this is without a frame. Using simple include jsp files for top and left pages.
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