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rotate header text issue in cfm to pdf

Community Beginner ,
Jun 05, 2015

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Hi all,

I'm getting an issue with rotate header text in pdf

im using this css -webkit-transform: rotate(-90deg); code for  rotate header text . it is working fine in cfm page but not working when convert it to pdf using cfdocument tag

please  help to solve this

thanks in advance

Bibin

The cfdocument tag supports the following CSS styles:

background

background-attachment

background-color

background-image

background-position

background-repeat

border

border-bottom

border-bottom-color

border-bottom-style (solid border only)

border-bottom-width

border-color

border-left

border-left-color

border-left-style (solid border only)

border-left-width

border-right

border-right-color

border-right-style (solid border only)

border-right-width

border-spacing

border-style (solid border only)

border-top

border-top-color

border-top-style (solid border only)

border-top-width

border-width

bottom

clear

clip

color

content (strings, counters only)

counter-increment

counter-reset

cursor

display

float

font

font-family

font-size

font-style

font-weight

height

left

letter-spacing

line-height

list-style-type

margin

margin-bottom

margin-left

margin-right

margin-top

outline

outline-color

outline-style (solid, dotted, dashed only)

outline-width

padding

padding-bottom

padding-left

padding-right

padding-top

page-break-after

page-break-before

page-break-inside

position

right

text-align (left, right, and center)

text-decoration

text-indent

top

unicode-bidi

vertical-align

visibility

white space (normal, nowrap only)

width

z-index

cfdocument - ColdFusion, English documentation - Adobe Learning Resources

Remember prefixes (-webkit) on css are relative to the browsers as well. This wouldn't apply to Internet Explorer either.

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rotate header text issue in cfm to pdf

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Jun 05, 2015

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Hi all,

I'm getting an issue with rotate header text in pdf

im using this css -webkit-transform: rotate(-90deg); code for  rotate header text . it is working fine in cfm page but not working when convert it to pdf using cfdocument tag

please  help to solve this

thanks in advance

Bibin

The cfdocument tag supports the following CSS styles:

background

background-attachment

background-color

background-image

background-position

background-repeat

border

border-bottom

border-bottom-color

border-bottom-style (solid border only)

border-bottom-width

border-color

border-left

border-left-color

border-left-style (solid border only)

border-left-width

border-right

border-right-color

border-right-style (solid border only)

border-right-width

border-spacing

border-style (solid border only)

border-top

border-top-color

border-top-style (solid border only)

border-top-width

border-width

bottom

clear

clip

color

content (strings, counters only)

counter-increment

counter-reset

cursor

display

float

font

font-family

font-size

font-style

font-weight

height

left

letter-spacing

line-height

list-style-type

margin

margin-bottom

margin-left

margin-right

margin-top

outline

outline-color

outline-style (solid, dotted, dashed only)

outline-width

padding

padding-bottom

padding-left

padding-right

padding-top

page-break-after

page-break-before

page-break-inside

position

right

text-align (left, right, and center)

text-decoration

text-indent

top

unicode-bidi

vertical-align

visibility

white space (normal, nowrap only)

width

z-index

cfdocument - ColdFusion, English documentation - Adobe Learning Resources

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The cfdocument tag supports the following CSS styles:

background

background-attachment

background-color

background-image

background-position

background-repeat

border

border-bottom

border-bottom-color

border-bottom-style (solid border only)

border-bottom-width

border-color

border-left

border-left-color

border-left-style (solid border only)

border-left-width

border-right

border-right-color

border-right-style (solid border only)

border-right-width

border-spacing

border-style (solid border only)

border-top

border-top-color

border-top-style (solid border only)

border-top-width

border-width

bottom

clear

clip

color

content (strings, counters only)

counter-increment

counter-reset

cursor

display

float

font

font-family

font-size

font-style

font-weight

height

left

letter-spacing

line-height

list-style-type

margin

margin-bottom

margin-left

margin-right

margin-top

outline

outline-color

outline-style (solid, dotted, dashed only)

outline-width

padding

padding-bottom

padding-left

padding-right

padding-top

page-break-after

page-break-before

page-break-inside

position

right

text-align (left, right, and center)

text-decoration

text-indent

top

unicode-bidi

vertical-align

visibility

white space (normal, nowrap only)

width

z-index

cfdocument - ColdFusion, English documentation - Adobe Learning Resources

Remember prefixes (-webkit) on css are relative to the browsers as well. This wouldn't apply to Internet Explorer either.

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thx for info

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