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[Ultimate PDF] Having distinct headers on pages
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Forge component by Leonardo Fernandes
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Published on 08 Jan 2021

Hello, 

I am using Ultimate PDF to build reports, my client whats to have a header for the first page, and a different, smaller one, for the other pages.

How can I do this with  Ultimate PDF?

I tried to use the page count web block, but it doesn't output a value, nor could I use JS to find the value on the page.

Can you help me with that?

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Nuno Delgado wrote:

Hello, 

I am using Ultimate PDF to build reports, my client whats to have a header for the first page, and a different, smaller one, for the other pages.

How can I do this with  Ultimate PDF?

I tried to use the page count web block, but it doesn't output a value, nor could I use JS to find the value on the page.

Can you help me with that?

Hi,


You can create a custom web page and use the "Ultimate PDF" to create this custom page. Is the best way to do that.


Cheers


Rank: #205

By using different pages with a different header for the PDF can create a different header. This can be possible in OutSystems

Thank you,

Sudip

Hi everyone I have an issue with this plugin when I try to download it, the header or footer is not displayed correctly., I have this web screen to do that. How I can resolve it? or we have some options to print the page number or page count?

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José Ángel Paredes Sánchez wrote:

Hi everyone I have an issue with this plugin when I try to download it, the header or footer is not displayed correctly., I have this web screen to do that. How I can resolve it? or we have some options to print the page number or page count?


I had the same problem, but this can be solved by using this css in combination of this Style Class for your container.


SyntaxEditor Code Snippet

.PageFooter {
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 0px;
    left: 80px;
}
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Hi Nuno. Different headers are not supported yet.

José, could you share an example report so I can troubleshoot your issue?