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    Geekless reacted to DAG4Debt in Custom Login   
    Is there any way to customize the login screen? In particular, I don't want a stand-alone screen, but would much rather include the username and password fields at the top right corner of the home page. The problem is that the Capsio login screen automatically defaults where the username and password fields are one above the other and the login button is below that. This takes up too much space and can't be accomodated. I would like to put these fields and the button all on the same line so the login is as easy as possible and takes up minimum space on the homescreen. How can I make these modifications?
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    Geekless reacted to HongTaiLang in Custom Login   
    You can customize the login screen.
    1. select "Custom" from the setup options in Authentication Wizard and check "Enable Advanced Options";
    2. go to Configure Fields, insert Header/Footer, and add the following code in the Footer to hide the default Login button. Need to change "xip_ButtonID" to the appropriate button id.

    <script type="text/javascript"> document.getElementById('xip_ButtonID').style.visibility='hidden'; </script> 3. Highlight username field, click Advanced tab, check "Continue Next element on same line";4. insert a HTML Block under password, highlight password field, click Advanced tab, check "Continue Next element on same line";
    5. add code to create your own Login button, for example:

    <input id="xip_login_button" class="cbLoginButton" type="submit" onmouseout="cbButtonHover(this,'cbLoginButton');" onmouseover="cbButtonHover(this,'cbLoginButton_hover');" value="Login" name="xip_login_button">
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    Geekless reacted to deeptimangla in Custom Login   
    Yes, you can customize the login screen. To achieve the same, please follow the steps:
    1. Use Custom Authentication option in the authentication wizard as it lets you select which fields will be used for Authentication and how they are displayed. It also gives you access to other customization options.
    2. Add an HTML block just after the username and password fields and insert the following code:

    <input type="submit" value="Login" alt="Login"/>3. Insert Header and footer to the configure screen code and add the following code: In Header :

    <div style="float:right;"> In Footer:
    </div>4. Modify the “style†of the DataPage, enable Show advanced options. On the Source tab, select “All†:a. Hide the default button by searching for .cbLoginButton class and adding the following code:

    Display:none;b. Change the style of the HTML block (.cbHTMLBlockContainer) in which your new button is contained. You can edit/remove border properties and padding accordingly.
    Eg: .cbHTMLBlockContainer {/*HTML Block Container Cell*/ text-align: left; vertical-align: top; padding: 2px; }c. And you can also edit in .cbFormTable class to remove borders and other properties accordingly.
    Eg: .cbFormTable {/*Form Table Attributes*/ border-collapse: collapse; width: 100%; margin: 10px; } Hope this helps!
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    Geekless reacted to Mathilda in Add multiple tables (or categories) to a datapage   
    Hi,
    You may create a view to join 4 tables. You may read more about views at:
    http://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/what-are-views/creating-a-view-to-join-tables/

    Then use this view as a data source for a report datapage. 
     
    Regarding your requirement with submitting data in 4 tables. You саn submit data using a submission form only in one table. However there is a workaround. You may create a multi-step workflow.
    E.g. User submit data in one table then he will be redirected to another submission form where user will be able to fill out data for another table and so on. Please note, you should pass a value of a unique field to every table, because based on that field you will be able to join tables in a view. This value should be generated during first submission. You can read more about parameters at:  http://howto.caspio.com/parameters/passing-parameters/
     
    You may take a look at the following solution: 
    http://howto.caspio.com/tech-tips-and-articles/common-customizations/how-to-create-a-multi-page-form/


    In this case only one table is used, however I think, you will catch the idea.
    Hope it helps. 
     
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