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Show hide button in template using value from a column

On a user Dashboard I have two templates in one XMod module instance: Performers and PerformerClaims. The template “Performers” is a list of Performers that were either added by the User currently logged on, OR have been “Claimed” (and administratively …

Author: Mike O
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Display a row with textbox based on particular selection in DDL?

Is it possible to only display a textbox / row if a particular item is selected in a dropdown list? Thanks in advance

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Hiding fields on a template based on Roles

Hi Doug, Try using the xmod:Select tag with the Case CompareType="Role"

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Hide an image link in ItemTemplate when a field is empty

I have a grid template that displays a list of online services and links to both the URL of the online service and, optionally, a landing page that describes the service in more detail. I'd like to display a glyphicon for the online services that have a …

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var valor = $(this).val();

Hi, we are getting closer to understand more about XMod Pro, now we need help to know what we are doing wrong to have the option to HIDE and SHOW, we have the source code as follow: <div> <label …

Author: Juan Tarte
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