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First no records, search all, search by last name

The only thing I can think of to accomplish this it to validate the text value when the button is clicked. If the length of the name text field is zero, then JavaScript will assign it a value of 'ALL' which is then passed to the stored procedure to do a …

Author: Jeff M.
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Dynamic Forms

Jeff, Why not just use the "ShowIf" property of the Panel tag? I use that method all of the time to show more of a form if a checkbox on the form is checked. I see no reason that would not work with a RadioButtonList tag. Here is how I use the …

Author: Jeff M.
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Links modules replacement - Drop-down Files list

You can get rid of the addlink and just use some jQuery. This is off the cuff so pardon any potential errors.

Author: Jeff M.
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JavaScript Assistance - Add Dash between 2nd and 3rd

Hello.. I have the following form code. For the txtParcelID Textbox, there's been a request by the end users to have a dash automatically added after the second character automatically. I can't seem to get anything working properly. Any help would be …

Author: Jeff M.
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Using JS to disable text fields - Need JS Guru

Jeff, Add the following jQueryReady code snippet just before the closing </AddForm> tag. If I remember correctly, you cannot add an ID to the <AddButton> so add CssClass="btn-add" to the tag so that we can target the add button by its class …

Author: Jeff M.
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