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How to add detail records?

Hi David, The custom form control that Patrick mentions is our "Add Another" control which allows you to have a field, let's say, 3 times on a form, with an "add another" plus icon or link which lets you click to add multiple additions of that field. …

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Google Recaptcha

I'm attempting to add Google Recaptcha to a form. I've got it displaying OK, but if the text is not entered correctly, then the form submits anyway. Not really the desired outcome. I've added the regsiter tag to the top of the form: <register …

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Testing XMP within DNN Evoq 9.01 - configuration tabs

Hi Xmod pros, First off, I realize that I should already be upgrading to the latest version of XMP! We've been using XMP 4.6 for a long time, and are now upgrading our large Evoq 7.3.2 install to the latest version, Evoq Content Basic 9.01. After my test …

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LoadFeed has LoadingImageUrl - what about feeds called from JQuery/Ajax

Is there a recommended method using best practices to accomplish the display of a 'loading' spinner when calling a feed via ajax? // prepare the form when the DOM is ready $ ( document ). ready ( function () { // Setup the ajax indicator $ ( 'body' …

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using anchors on a page

I have a long form and need to use anchors to select areas on form, but i loose the whole layout and it does to that anchor...can I build a frame in a module so the rest of page does not move?

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