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Update Functions - attn: Patrick Ryan

Hello.. I had previously asked a question about listing departments by grouping with a lettergroup. I was able to get something together and Patrick assisted; see HERE . But now, I have a different page which does a direct link to this page by the …

Author: Jeff M.
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DOC-XML - Dynamtic o:Created

Hello.. I have an XML-DOC feed to export information as a DOC file. I want to have a "generated" date and time and there is a setting which will show the document creation date. In the XMP examples, this has been a static setting. Is there a way to make …

Author: Jeff M.
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AddSuccessTemplate - Export form via feed call

Hello.. Is there a way to create a link within the "AddSuccessTemplate" which would allow the end-user to print a hard-copy of their form which they just entered? I assume you could link to a feed within the AddSuccesstemplate using the recordID of the …

Author: Jeff M.
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Passing the value generated from Javascrpt code to a Xmod Pro textbox

http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/723Example

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RSS Feed Ticker

Hello.. For a website I'm working on, they like to display a widget, but it's not mobile friendly. So I'd like to create a XMP template which will grab the RSS feed and display it's contents. The RSS feed is: https://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/createrss …

Author: Jeff M.
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