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  1. If I understand correctly this should be the javascript you need: <script> window.onload = function(){ currentTime = new Date(); currentHour = currentTime.getHours(); document.forms[0].Value3_1.value = currentHour; document.forms[0].Value4_1.value = currentHour; } </script>
  2. Well I can say it is definetly possible as I just did it (http://bridge.caspio.net/dp.asp?AppKey=faae0000f3a4h3e4j7e4c3f4e2j4)...it is rather hard to explain but I will try I used three tables Table 1: Holds the days of the Week (Sunday - Saturday) They are uniquely identified by a number (0-6) 0 is Sunday Table 2: Holds the restaurant information and a number field that uniquely identifies the restaurant. Table 3: Holds the days and times a restaurant is open. There is a field for the start time There is a field for the end time There is a field for the day of the week (from tabl
  3. I am not sure exactly how you have a link to a new page. Is it configure on the web page itself or inside a caspio datapage? The basics of the link code would be: <a href=\"url\">Text to be displayed</a> To make your link open in a new page you would add: <a href=\"url\" target=\"_blank\">Text to be displayed</a>
  4. Do you have a link that currently opens this webform? If so the property you are looking for is called target. By changing the target you can specify where the page opens.
  5. I don't think your dreaming I think you just need to look into this plugin: http://howto.caspio.com/extensions/casp ... ms-office/
  6. The size property will most likely require modification as well....in your drop down can you see more than one option or do you just see one and get the down arrow to select others? Please provide a url to the page your developing...this makes it much easier to supply you with the correct code needed
  7. On the page where you are defining the fields that you will be editing you need to add a header and footer element to the page. In the footer put the following code. <script type=\"text/javascript\"> document.getElementById('Mod0EditRecord').value =\"YOUR CUSTOM TEXT HERE\"; </script>
  8. very cool (I see that the purchase link is pulling a custom url now)!
  9. Looking at that....the tags that say doesn't belong. I will ask you to please provide a link to the page your working on (that doesn't work) so I can tell you exactly what the issue is.
  10. Why do you have to make it harder That can be done also but requires more custom javascript coding. I can assist with this and your other posting about calculating values. Please message through my website for more information.
  11. I could have sworn I replied to this already :?: ....oh well You need to enabled advanced options and parameter(at the beginning of the caspio wizard)...these are checkboxes. When you are configuring the fields you want listed in your results you are going to add a new \"html block\" this is an option at the lower left below all the fields you want on the page....in the newly created html block you will add the custom code that you have that builds the button link. Then all you need to do is replace the values you need from the table. You access the variables like so: [@field:nameOfField
  12. If you don't want that column simply remove that html block from the results page. It isn't needed unless you want the map on the results page as well.
  13. First I will start by saying.....anything is possible But to make sure I understand what you are asking. You have a Caspio Search and Report datapage (and its working to your liking) but you want some custom coded buttons to take you to the details page (this is not a Caspio datapage) for a particular product?
  14. You need to view source on that datapage from within Caspio Bridge to find the unique ID for that field. It will most likely be called InsertRecord_listDomain but you need to verify this. In the view source the html code will be something similar to Whenever you can determine what the value is for the ID property of the hidden element than adding on to your javascript is easy. The code to add will be var litesDomain = document.domain; litesDomain = litesDomain.replace(/^www\\.|^test\\.|^dev\\./, \"\"); litesDomain = litesDomain.replace(/\\.com$/, \"\"); document.getElementById(\"UNIQ
  15. Well for one I don't think such a license exists for a google maps API key and two even If I were to know what the key was it wouldn't help me in any way as it relates specifically for your domain only So without seeing the code (assuming all instructions were followed) and the code is correct you are absolutely right (you should see a map (at least a blank one without any plots on it)). Sometimes it might happen that there are other issues with html currently on the page you are trying to embed the map. Since I can't see the code to tell you the exact issue the only suggestion I can make i
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