Is there a way to remove the header and footer that FB adds when I save a page as a PDF (from Chrome on a Mac)?
When I ask Facebook to give me an archive of some of my previous posts, I gives me results that link to an archive page, something like this:
which shows thumbnails and 2- to 3-line snippets of all my timeline posts for April 2021. That's really pretty useful for searching. But unfortunately, that page is not searchable. On a Mac, using Cmd+F will only search the framework of the page that has the date text, the displayed snippets of the post contents are not searchable. Cmd+A, Cmd+V will copy the framework text, but not the snippets. If I save it as HTML and reload the saved file, same problem is there. I'm not enough of an HTML guru to figure out how to automate restructuring of the pages.
However, I can save the page a PDF and then the full displayed text is searchable. That's what I want. Yay! BUT there is a glitch. FB adds headers and footers to every PDF page that cover over part of the text of the first and last snippet on each. The text is there, hidden. If I search the PDF for text that I know is hidden, Acrobat highlights the area where the text should be, underneath the large colored header or footer bar.
So is there a way to get FB to not insert page headers and footers when the web page is saved as PDF? I can save PDFs of other web pages without this kind of problem.