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Displaying content in web-only or print-only

What

Customize Conga Collaborate pages or page content to display only in web view or only in PDF download.  Any page or content on a page can be configured for web-only or print-only.

Why

There are several use cases where you would only want content to display in one of the two scenarios. A couple examples:

  • Create a signature block that does not display until your document is downloaded to PDF.
  • Add an embedded video to a document that is hidden in PDF download in order to remove the white space caused by the video container.
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How

Set Pages as web-only or print-only
  1. In the document editor, click on the gear icon to the right of the page you want to edit.
  2. Select Edit Properties.
  3. In Display Options, select your desired setting.
  4. Click Save.
Set Page Content as Web-Only

The steps laid out in the next two sections work for Proposal-type documents.  If you are working in contracts, you will need to edit the source code in a content page and then add that content page to your Contract-type document.

  1. In the document editor, open the Edit dropdown and select Source Code.
  2. Locate the HTML for the content that you only want to be displayed on the web.
  3. Add a <div> element with a class of no-print around your content:
    <div class="no-print">[web-only content]</div>
  4. Click Save.
Set page Content as print-only
  1. In the document editor, open the Edit dropdown and select Source Code.
  2. Locate the HTML for the content that you only want to be displayed on the web.
  3. Add a <div> element with a class of print-only around your content:
    <div class="print-only">[web-only content]</div>
  4. Click Save.
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