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MJPG Camera View within Template

Hello.. Trying to get a MJPG video stream working within a XMP Template. You can view the code here: http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/752 And this is what the HTML code looks like within Firebug: http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/753 It doesn't look like the …

Author: Jeff M.
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Delete OnClientClick problem

A user wants add and delete from lists on the same page,you select a user then have option to add or delete on the list of items.I'm using the delete command button option on a template to pass 2 parameters to an insert sql statement and it works fine, …

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Passing the value generated from Javascrpt code to a Xmod Pro textbox

http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/723Example

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LoadFeed - Not loading on refresh

I have the following code working; sort of. The loadfeed isn't passing variables; they're being sent as NULL Anyway, I hardcoded the feed so that information will be shown. I'm attempting a DIV refresh via JavaScript instead of a whole page refresh. I …

Author: Jeff M.
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Refresh Javascript Instead of Page Refresh

I'm re-working the code to remove this. Going to try to do a loadfeed instead of this. But was able to get DIV update working by using the new code. Thanks..

Author: Jeff M.
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