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Walter

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  1. Walter's post in Disable The Confirmation Popup By Deleting was marked as the answer   
    Hello Peter,
     
    I have used a JavaScript that "confirmed" pop up. I know, it is not the best code, but it worked:
    <script type="text/javascript"> function to_confirm() { var alertWindow = document.getElementsByClassName("Alert")[0]; alertWindow.getElementsByTagName("input")[2].click(); } function to_delete() { document.getElementById("Mod0DeleteRecord").click(); setTimeout(to_confirm,1000); }   if(document.getElementById("caspioform")) { setTimeout(to_delete,1000); } </script> You can change "1000" to "100", if your DataPage is fast enough.
  2. Walter's post in Datapage Date Range was marked as the answer   
    Hi Heyjimi,
     
    On your Search page, select the field with dates, add New Criteria (the same was as you add Header&Footer elements or HTML Blocks), select "And" option in the "Logical operator between criteria".
    Now set the "Greater Than or Equal" comparison type for the Criteria 1 and "Less Than or Equal" for the Criteria 2.
    It should work.
     
    Or select "Dropdown" or "Listbox" Form Element and "Range" comparison type, if it works for you.
  3. Walter's post in Modify 'view Details' Button? was marked as the answer   
    Hi Allen,
     
    In a Localization, in Text -> Results Pages -> Results Pages category, in View Details Element, you can enter any Custom Text, for example, "More".

  4. Walter's post in Is It Possible To Display Only First Letters Of Weekdays In Calendars? was marked as the answer   
    Hello Cameron,
     
    I tried to find the setting, but I didn't find anything.
    I used the script code (add Header&Footer element, select the Footer, click the Source button and enter the code):
    <script> var header_cells = document.getElementsByTagName("th"); for (i = 0; i < header_cells.length; i++) {    header_cells[i].innerHTML = header_cells[i].innerHTML.slice(0,1); } </script> I know, that it isn't the best solution, but it works.
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