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Dynamic Forms

Jeff, Why not just use the "ShowIf" property of the Panel tag? I use that method all of the time to show more of a form if a checkbox on the form is checked. I see no reason that would not work with a RadioButtonList tag. Here is how I use the …

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Using XMod For Dynamic Page Content Based On Cookies

Hello, I am new to DNN and we are looking at creating a dynacmic home page where a user would recieve different content depending on if they have been looking at previous content on our site and recieved a cookie from that page. For example someone who …

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Dynamic Alphabet listing - If letter in db, create link; not list letter.

SELECT     Field1   ,Field2   ,CASE WHEN(len(Field3) > 1) THEN cast('<a href="#' + Field3 + '">' + Field3 + </a>' as varchar(100)) ELSE Field3 END [Field3] You can also use xmod:Select with regex as case, but I'm …

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Bulk e-mailer

Currently, we have an internal VB.NET website which sends out e-mails to end-users.  Currently, there are 600+ people which we send out e-mails to twice a year. All the info is database driven and the email which is sent out is somewhat dynamically …

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