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  1. Hi all! I'm new here, apologies that my 1st post will be a cry for help. I'm tearing my hair out with this one. I've got this page that generates PDF's via TCPDF plugin http://www.kinho.com/lightbox/ whenever I view it in chrome it zooms in at 100% to the top left corner. The problem is I need the images to be large and suitable to print (7"x5" or thereabouts) and so the PDF isn't built to be viewed at 100%, it just looks too zoomed in. Every other browser respects the fit to width setting. My images are 1600px on their long side, pages are landscape. here's the create.php:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/14123055/PHP/create.php Can anybody advise a workaround for chrome? many thanks! badger
  2. I am new in php programming and I have develop php script using TCPDF libary that takes data from pdf form fields and create flatten copy of that PDF using TCPDF , after that I use "AttachMailer.php" to send copies of PDF to client and customer, when user fill pdf form and click submit button flatten copy of that pdf is created in wp-content/uploads/pdf folder , and email code gets same copy fro wp-content/uploads/pdf folder and copy is forwarded to client and customer once copies are forwarded, it should show message "email has been sent.....email-address". // =============Email Form=============================== require_once(dirname(__FILE__)."/AttachMailer.php"); $mailer = new AttachMailer($Email, $Email, "Submitted Form Copy", "hello <b>Please Find the Attached Copy of form sumitted</b>"); $mailer->attachFile($fpath.$Contact_Name.'_'.$Email.$fID); $mailer1 = new AttachMailer($Email,$CEmail, "CC for client Submitted Form ", "hello <b>Please Find the Attached Copy of form sumitted by </b>".$Contact_Name); $mailer1->attachFile($fpath.$Contact_Name.'_'.$Email.$fID); if($mailer->send()) { echo "Email has been sent to ".$Email."\n and" ; } else{ echo "error in email\n"; exit(); } if($mailer1->send()){ echo "\nCC has been sent to ".$CEmail ; } else{echo "\nerror in email CC was not sent to ".$CEmail;}! the problem is that when user click submit button he/or she is redirected to home page (which i dont want)with executing if and else statements in email code shown above please help me how can I stop redirecting to home page. you can see screenshot of redirected page from my dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/s/t48rqemujn21q42/redirectpagescreenshot.png?dl=0
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