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DeleteImage - Using Join

Jeff, Yes you almost have it, but your Join syntax is a little off. You can read about the proper syntax formation in the help files: https://www.dnndev.com/help/xmodpro/tokens/functions.html#join . In your code, the Join is part of the OnClientClick …

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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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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JS variable from load feed

The load feed button is just a helper, that makes it easy for someone who does not know JavaScript/jQuery to call a feed and inject the response from that feed into an element on the page. But Steve is doing this correctly. You don't need the "helper" …

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stored procedures and output parameters

Make sure you set the size attribute on the output parameter tag when using the string data type: <Parameter name="Something" datatype="String" Direction="Output" Size="100" />

Author: Jen Sharp
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