Additional options include:
- Header line to be printed above the graph (above the title). A special feature is that any underlines will be turned into fillable text boxes(e.g.
pdfheader=Name+___________will be printed as Name ).
- Font name of the header. Default: (
- Size of the header text, in points. Default: 14
- Footer line to be printed below the graph. Underlines will be transformed as for
- Font name of the footer. Default: (
- Size of the footer text, in points. Default: 14
- URL of a page to use as the background for the graph. HTML interpretation is very primitive; it may take some experimentation to get this right. You will likely need to use invisible GIF spacers for formatting (shades of 1996!). You can see the page I used for the St. Lukes bilirubin graph. Use it with a URL like http://bililite.com/webservices/bili.pdf?&birth=9/1/2011&pdfbackground=http://bililite.com/blog/blogfiles/pdf/biliblank.php&tmargin=100&bmargin=200
- Note that the entire query string will be passed to the URL you specify, so you do not need to
urlencodeany of its parameters.
- Set this to force the browser to download the PDF instead of trying to display it in the browser window itself.
- Set this to display the print dialog as soon as the PDF displays.