Support » Plugin: Print-O-Matic » Print Power BI Element in Post

  • Hi,

    I am attempting to print a Post which contains a ‘Power BI’ element (https://wordpress.org/plugins/embed-power-bi/). I’d like to print only the Power BI element excluding the banner/logo/burger menu.

    Can you point me in the right direction?

    I have tried the class / id / HTML shortcode’s with the Post ID in the URL but no luck.

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  • Plugin Contributor twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    Can a link be shard to the page? Does this magical element have a unique ID or can one be assigned? If a link can not be shared, please post the start of the containing element source that you are trying to target. Well get you pointed in the correct direction.

    Plugin Contributor twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    Issue closed due to lack of participation.

    Thread Starter hgilbs0001

    (@hgilbs0001)

    Hi,

    apologies for the very slow reply. My shortcode is the following:

    [powerbi id=”1707″ width=”100%” height=”850px”]

    I cannot share as everything is behind a login.

    Plugin Contributor twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    Hello.

    OK, how comfortable are you with your browser’s inspector?
    Can you inspect the element and provide a screenshot of first few lines of HTML for this powerbi element?

    You just need to find either a unique class name or ID for the element.

    Thread Starter hgilbs0001

    (@hgilbs0001)

    Let me have a go and come back to you 🙂

    Thread Starter hgilbs0001

    (@hgilbs0001)

    This is what I see when I inspect the element:

    <div _ngcontent-qks-c248=”” class=”displayAreaViewport”></div>

    I have tried populating the above elements:

    [print-me target=”displayAreaViewport” /]

    FYI I am using elementor – not sure if that’s relevant?

    Cheers!

    Plugin Contributor twinpictures

    (@twinpictures)

    OK! if you want to target a class, you need to start with a dot:
    [print-me target=".displayAreaViewport" /]

    Read more about this, and other exciting information in the print-o-matic documentation.

    Do let us know if that resolves the issue.

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