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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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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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addbutton redirect - Always redirecting

Hello.. I have a search form and it's working well. But, I have JavaScript to check the validity of the form and returning True/False. Yet, no matter what I do, the redirect is ALWAYS occurring no matter whether True/False is returned. Why is this …

Author: Jeff M.
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Is it possible to have multiple actions in a OnClientClick for a ?

I currently have "return confirm('Are you sure?') and want to add some separate jquery. Is this possible? If so can I ask what the format would be? Does the jquery code go in after the ; & before "> Thanks in advance Todd

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onClientClick checkbox change TextField

I have a checkbox in AddForm and EditForm that needs to update a hidden TextField onClientClick. I wrote it in plain html and javascript first outside of XMod Pro and it works fine. When I add it to my form, the function isn't even called, so obviously …

Author: Jen Sharp
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