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How do I do Inout Mask?

Can someone write a complete implementation of the digitalbush jquery plugin? I can't figure out how to get started with it. But it looks like the way to go for input masks with XMP. Is there a better way? thanks.

Author: Tom Berry
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How Can I Move Forms/Templates to Other Sites or Other Portals?

There are three ways you can approach this: 1) Manually Create - You can always login in to the portal as Host/SuperUser and create the forms/templates there individually by manually copy/pasting the code from one to the other. OR 2) Copy the XMP Files …

Author: Anonymous
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Use a search form to send parameters to template in modal window.

I want to use a simple search form to send two parameters to a template with a list view. I am able to open the list page (a blank page with the results list) however I want to leverage the fancybox script that is already installed with the theme.and …

Author: gnossosp
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How to run jQuery script after a DataCommand if Ajax="true" is used?

I have a template with a DataCommand (something like the approval process mentioned here ). Currently I use the jQueryReady tag to apply some effects to the template. This all works fine with the template Ajax="False" setting. However, when I set …

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Run JavaScript after Ajax template refreshes

Hi, I have a module with two interacting templates, the one on the left causes the one on the right to update using AJAX. I am able to run some JS when the module first loads using the jQueryReady tag, however I cannot find a way to run the JS after the …

Author: monotonic
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