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Change panel with commandlink

I've tried this to no avail (just the important parts of the code are shown in the fiddle)

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Departments Listing - Grouping by LetterGroup

Your latest firebug screenshot shows it's missing the hash sign for the ID selector.  This format seems to work: [[Join("{0}test_{1}", "#", [[Something]])]] Or, try something like this: <xmod:Template>   <ItemTemplate> …

Author: Jeff M.
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How to insert Contact Form inside Detail View

Here is what I want to do in a nutshell. Within the detail view, I would like to have a jQuery button popup that would have a XMod Pro form in it - used as a Contact Form. So imagine this Detail View of a product: _______________________ Jerry's Hair …

Author: Wiinanen
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SQL JOIN and two loops for the results?

hello, i created a feed where i use two join functions at the sql statement and now to make two loops for the results. but i don't know how. this is my feed: <xmod:Feed ContentType="text/html" FileName="feed_oeffnungszeiten"><ListDataSource …

Author: Michael
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