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I have a web app that generates reports for print based on user selections in the browser window. I have a custom header and footer that, when the report is printed from the browser, should be repeated on every printed page. It is not the browser header and footer I need, but rather the custom ones that I generate. Also, I don’t think this is an issue of CSS and media types, but I am not a CSS expert. I have no issues getting the header and footer to print once, but I can’t get them to print on each page.

I have read that perhaps if I recreated my report pages using tables, and then used table head tags and CSS, that may work at least to get the header on each page. I have not had success with this yet, but I will try it again if it is the only option. A coworker suggested that I count lines in my php and manually put out the header and footer as required. I guess that is an option, but it just seems like there should be a way to do this that isn’t so “brute force”! The other caveat is that I have to support IE 6, so I suspect some of the CSS things I have tried are just not supported. If anyone knows any way to do this, that would be great!

If there isn’t, I will have to rethink my approach. I made considerable progress with this issue, and using some of the info from the answers, I did produce reports that were usable, but never as nice or as professional as I wanted. Footers would tend to be not close enough to the bottom of the page, I had to do a lot of guess work and “brittle” calculations about how big text was going to be to decide on inserting page breaks, I could only support a restricted set of page formats, and any changes to the reports resulted in a cascade of code changes and yet more brittle calculations. There was always a scenario that broke some part of some report.

I made considerable progress with this issue, it won’t work in ie6 unfortunately. I did produce reports that were usable, turn off display of hidden text if you have any in your document. I added a next, change the number format to capital letters. And I need to avoid that, and add the header part to first row and the footer part to the last row. Do you have Section breaks?