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Hello.. For the FilterExpression, if someone enters two words separated by a "space", I'd like to replace it with a wildcard. So if they enter "Joe Smith", the FilterExpression will end up being '%Joe%Smith%'. Is that possible? E.g.: …

Author: Jeff M.
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Adding hidden comments in a template

Jeff, It sounds like you want to document what a parameter is used for, inside the template. Why not just add an html comment tag next to the parameter? http://www.dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/782 Steve

Author: Jeff M.
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Hiding "NoItemsTemplate" until first search

I provide this solution under the assumption that your search is being done in the <ItemTemplate> section of the XMod Template. There may be a better way, but I accomplished this by having my search results returned as output parameters in a …

Author: Jeff M.
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Tracking Page visits

Hello.. Anyone have a feed or something similar which tracks user visits to a page? Something which is hidden to the user, but will increment each time there's a page visit. Taking it one step further, it won't track those which are part of the admin or …

Author: Jeff M.
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How can I show a list of child records on the “Edit” from of the parent?

I have tried the following (pseudo code fragments) w/o anysuccess: 1) Append a Template at the end: (editForm)…(/editFrom) (xmod:template)...(/xmod:template) 2) Insert a Template into the (editForm): (editForm) ... (xmod:template).. …

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