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HTML Input - Box Sizes (Fix)

We're running DNN PE 6.2.5, and was having an issue with the HTML Input box in a XMP form. It seems locked into a certain width/height size, and no matter what you entered for the width and height, it was locked into a default size. After some …

Author: Jeff M.
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Updating a template list using javascript

Hi All, I've recently started using Xmod Pro and I love it so far. I'm a software developer by trade and needed something that will allow me to get a site up and running quickly, whilst working a full time day job, thus the reason why I'm here. Anyway, …

Author: monotonic
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href onclick

On a Xmodpro form I have a onchange event showing a hidden image.I have tried for hours to resolve this. when I click on the image I want to show several hidden elements. I am testing just using an image. Two issues 1. the image does not show yet I …

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Display html using a Token

Is there a way to display a token that returns html? Or what I'm doing wrongI have a sql stored procedure that returns href html tags.Here is the part of the stored procedure that returns the html - Will be in the next post as a fiddle …

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URL - HTTP Encoding

I'm working on a mobile site and would like to use Google Docs Viewer for the PDF links. But, the URL to the PDF needs to be URL encoded. Is there an easy way to accomplish this in the code or within a SQL SELECT Replace? Thanks..

Author: Jeff M.
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