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Filter data in view based on a variable

I have a form on the top of a page and a view below that. The form has a dropdown list. I would like to filter the view based on the selection from the dropdown list. Is there a way to do this?

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javaScript in Tempalte - Value from DB for script

Hello.. I'm trying to use a value from the DB as a variable, but can't get this working. I'm sure it's something simple, but can't get get this working. Manually entering the value works fine. Thanks..

Author: Jeff M.
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Send variable

Hi XModers, I learn different ways to send data via jQuery / Ajax, but now i have a new dilemma on hands. We have a Drop down list selection, after selection we have some fields to fill or select, when you complete all you have to click submit, until …

Author: Juan Tarte
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Redirect to previous page from Add/Cancel ?

There should be a simple method to do this without resorting to JS... I have tried using the [[Request:Referrer]] token directly in the Cancel redirect= and this does not work. I have tried storing the [[Request:Referrer]] in a hidden field and calling …

Author: Roy Barrow
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DNNPE v7.3.2 - Converting URL, removing variables

I have a page that has a resulting template displayed in it.  The results have a hyperlink which points to another page with a template that displays the information. The URL has the variables to display the information. Today in testing, noticed …

Author: Jeff M.
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