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Form: click enters current date and time

Jeff, Did you ever come up with the answer you were looking for? Part of you question depends upon the Data Type of the the target field. It needs to be a "datetime" data type not just a "date" data type. My question to you would be why are you using …

Author: Jeff M.
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Display Time only with AM/PM

Jen, You are almost there <xmod:Format Type="Date" Value='[[starttime]]' Pattern="hh:mm tt" /> what is the Data Type for [[starttime]], date, time, datetime? The reason I am asking is that I almost always use datetime, and just extract what I …

Author: Jen Sharp
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Replacing default html editor in forms

I currently have the TelerickRadEditor set as the default html module for my site. Is it possible to keep this but use the DotNetNuke.RadEditor in my xmod forms? The idea being is that site administrators have full access to all feature of the …

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How to reload Add form after successful entry?

Hi Xmod group, I have an Xmod admin form that just adds an entry to a non-DNN table. It works fine, and I added the Success Template to thank the operator and continue. But after clicking continue, the empty form will not reappear to add the next entry. …

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Xmod search integeration doesn't work with Dnn9.8

I have a customized Xmod module was searchable(can be indexed) by Dnn 9.5, you can see the title and content form Dnn search result page. But It doesn't work after we upgrade our website to Dnn9.8. My case is quite similar to the article: https://dnndev …

Author: SIT NZ
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