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See Examples for specific code examples and functioning demos.
Any number entered here will cause the PDF be opened to the specified page number if the browser supports it. If left unspecified, the PDF will open on page 1. If left unspecified, no ID will be appended.
Tip: It's safer to specify dimensions using CSS. See "Specifying dimensions" below. Warning: These are proprietary and not well supported outside of Adobe products.
If PDF support is detected, the embed will proceed. If not, the normal fallback behavior will apply. Mozilla is attempting to make Firefox more secure by reducing opportunities for browser fingerprinting. Plugin inspection is a core component of many browser fingerprinting techniques.
However, many well-intentioned scripts such as PDFObject query navigator. See the Examples section below for more examples. Default behavior: the full-browser embed If you don't specify a target element, PDFObject will default to document.
However, it would be nice to assist someone who will fill document later by putting current date to the date field. In most cases this will be just what is expected. Default value for a date field I won't go into details of how to create a date field.
Using a string for all this code is probably not very convenient because of need to escape quotes.
This should be taken into account if you are going to support anything other than Adobe Reader. Another approach is to implement custom code that does the same as util.
Please also notice that code populates a field only if it's empty. Without this additional check a following scenario might occur: a person fills the document, saves it but next time the document is opened all date fields are reset with current date. Validation of data Suppose you want to ensure that day and year are numbers.
It's easy. You might want to create an action with the validation code and attach it to OnKeyPress event of fields. ValidateNumeric ; dayTextBox. Anything getting pasted from clipboard will also be validated. Synchronization of data Quite often same data should be put several times in different parts of a form.
Assume that there is a document like this: It would be nice to have both fields synchronized. Add pdf. SynchronizeFields ; pdf. GetControl "name0". GetControl "name1".