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HtmlInput Fix

Looks like these previous post on the sizing of the HtmlInput box are from 3 years ago, has the control been upgraded since? I'd like to be able to size and control what tool bars are offered to the end user per different size layouts and levels of …

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javascript in template issue

The javascript for my table s not working in the template..can anyone see what is wrong? http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/662

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Open Edit form on different page

You can place the form on a new page, and then you just need to pass the appropriate ID to it so you can pick it up in the <SelectCommand>. For example, if you had a URL like yoursite.com/yourformpage?id=[[TheID]] You could pick it up in your …

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when passing id from template to form get Error MESSAGE: Must declare the scalar variable "@ID".

Your syntax is incorrect for the edit button. Remove the /> at the end, replace with >, and add a closing </xmod:editbutton> below your parameter.

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multiple template edit/add multiple forms example for new 4.7

Can I get an example syntax for multiple template edit/add link to diffferen forms that's not displayed in configuration as mentioned in the new release 4.7

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