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  1. Hello EIQ, This function is supported only by the following versions of browsers: Internet Explorer 9.0+,Chrome 17.0+, Opera 9.6+, Safari 5.2+, Firefox 4.0+, Android 2.3+, iOS 3.0+ Maybe you are using the earlier version of chrome.
  2. Hello cgonzalezalcala, You just need to reference your caspio fields correctly. The script seem to be working fine. Here you will find the full information on how to refence your fields. best regards.
  3. Hi again, Do you want to place the sum of your four fields to the fifth one? Could you specify what exactly you wish to implement? Regards
  4. Hi cgonzalezalcala, Here is a suggestion <script type="text/javaScript"> function mySum(){ var one = parseInt(document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_FIRST_FIELD").value); var two = parseInt(document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_SECOND_FIELD").value); var three = parseInt(document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_THIRD_FIELD").value); if(!one) { one=0; } if(!two) { two=0; } if(!three) { three=0; } document.getElementById("four").value = one + two + three; } document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_FIRST_FIELD").onchange = mySum; document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_SECOND_FIELD").onchange = mySum; document.getElementById("ID_OF_THE_THIRD_FIELD").onchange = mySum; </script> Place that to the footer of your DataPage. Here is the instruction on how to add header and footer. Let me know if it helps.
  5. Hello Jarede, I would suggest you to create a view to filter data in your table, based on the value of your yes/no field. Here is the instruction on how to set up this filter. Let me know if it helps.
  6. Hi Bangalore, Can you describe it in more details. What kind of DataPage do you use, which field is that, what would you like it to look like?
  7. Hello Senicholas, Try to implement it this way: <script> function f_color(){ var myVal = parseInt(document.getElementById('ID').value); if (myVal > 7) { document.getElementById('ID').style.color = "red"; } } document.getElementById('ID').onchange= f_color; </script>
  8. Hello Caspioheleen, I think you may find this video helpful. http://howto.caspio.com/getting-started/how-to-embed-a-google-map-in-your-website/ Regards.
  9. HEllo again, I suppose that will not be possible to implement.A good option would be to create several DataPAges with predefined criterias and render them to your page with the help of JavaScript. Regards
  10. HI theconav, Could you describe your question in more details? What exactly are you trying to implement?
  11. Hello kparisella, COuld you specify, where do you expect that snippet of code to get the required values to pass.
  12. Hi SCUSBYouth, Can you describe it in more details. On which DataPage, in which conditions it is happening?
  13. Hello sawa0018, Can you specify, do you want your details page to be an iframe or you want to render some extra web page to your details page?
  14. Calculated field is ment to do some math calculations, if you need to concatenate strings, virtual fields should work better.
  15. Hi Elena, In JavaScript it is the concat() method, but not concatenate(). have a look http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/jsref_concat_string.asp Hope it helps.
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