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SRS(The Coder) 13-Jul-16 3:07am View    
You can try using a loading panel and hide it once the page completely loaded including header and footer as well, means you can hide it just after loading the header and footer html.
SRS(The Coder) 8-Jul-16 2:14am View    
it is difficult to achieve the way you want to get it done, because as told by "F-ES Sitecore" it is against the usual flow how asp.net works...
also there is not confirmation message can be done directly in asp.net,a s it does not support the same, rather you can try some third party or do the operation using ajax.
SRS(The Coder) 8-Jul-16 2:14am View    
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it is difficult to achieve the way you want to get it done, because as told by "F-ES Sitecore" it is against the usual flow how asp.net works...
also there is not confirmation message can be done directly in asp.net,a s it does not support the same, rather you can try some third party or do the operation using ajax.
SRS(The Coder) 7-Jul-16 9:36am View    
but in the case if you register the script to page, the confirm message will display after the page gets loaded next time.
SRS(The Coder) 7-Jul-16 8:44am View    
You can simply try jsPDF to generate report from any div content directly.

https://github.com/MrRio/jsPDF