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Jquery - value of textbox enabling or showing submit button

Mark, In XMod Pro, for these situations where I want to hide a submit button until a condition is met, I place the button in an XMP <panel></panel> tag, and use the "showif" property to to show the panel (therefore the button) when the …

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JQuery Autosuggest Article question - input box in template?

Hi, I've been following article located here: https://www.dnndev.com/Learn/Guide/Article/XMod-Pro-jQuery-Auto-Complete-Suggest and have successfully gotten to the point where I should create the input box., Step 4. The procedure and feed are created, …

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Help with jquery

http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/742 Here's an example of using client name to solve this issue.

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FormX inline editing - hiding elements on button click

So understanding what's happening here. When you click edit, it asynchronously updates the state of the template and shows the edit form for a record, and so on down the line like you noticed. The trick is to tap into the end request handler to know when …

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Commandlink equivalent from Jquery

Is there a way I can run a command link or equivalent to update a 2nd template on the same page. The reason I believe I need to do this from Jquery is because I am using Kelly's Search/sort example to find the list of records, then I want a …

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