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  1. @Reggie14 Can you try using the new feature of Caspio calculated value?
  2. @kvarjavand I tried to replicate the issue from my end and I don't received error when verified. Can you try to remove the affected fields to use in this Web Form and hit save. Then, re-select them all and check?
  3. @rrodask @BaySunshine is correct. Use #inserted to make this work.
  4. @waltmayo No, Caspio still isn't releasing a new style. I have this inquiry with one of the tech support and I was redirected to their ideabox link.
  5. @NeoInJS You can try this code in the footer: <script> function populateText() { if(document.getElementById('chechboxid').checked) { var str=document.getElementById('textbox1id').value;// textbox in which you enter data document.getElementById('textbox2id').Value= str; } } //call the javascript function as attribute to checkbox in pageload method of your .aspx page pageload() { checkboxid.attributes.add("onclick","populateText();"); } </script>
  6. @rgiljohann I am not sure onto what you are trying to achieve? Do you want to update a parameter in the URL, or add it if it doesn't exist, but keep any other variables the same value?
  7. @ezIQchad autocomplete=”off” is not valid markup with XHTML Transitional, which is a common DOCTYPE. I always have this code in web programming and it is working until now, you may try this and it might help. if (document.getElementsByTagName) { var inputElements = document.getElementsByTagName(“input”); for (i=0; inputElements; i++) { if (inputElements.className && (inputElements.className.indexOf(“disableAutoComplete”) != -1)) { inputElements.setAttribute(“autocomplete”,”off”); } } }
  8. @ronbrumbarger, Try this code: .modal { position: absolute; top: 50%; left: 50%; transform: translate(-50%, -50%); } If does not work, you can try this JavaScript code <script> CKEDITOR.on('dialogDefinition', function(e) { var dialogName = e.data.name; var dialog = e.data.definition.dialog; dialogDefinition.onShow = function() { var x_pos = this.getPosition().x; var y_pos = 10; this.move(x_pos, y_pos); // Top center this._.moved = 1; }; }); </script>
  9. Hi Ron, I have talked to someone with the support team and I was told that there were no changes made with the frame deployment. They advised me to make the height lessen but will not work with my case. The issue causes the height of the frame the way it was set up, So, I did used the CSS to do the trick and it works for me. -Franchiser-
  10. @Lianamelissa watch this and you might change your mind.
  11. @Casey You don't need to use API or javascript, cascading element can do the trick. Try to elaborate the part in where you stumble in cascading and I might provide help. -Franchiser-
  12. @yona34 This will make you feel good:
  13. @juancoffee This provide full url that you can use in caspio https://zxing.appspot.com/generator/
  14. @roattw Was this issue resolved? I have this before and used javascript to work. -Franchiser-
  15. @edujobs2k18 A Web API is a development in web services where emphasis has been moving to simpler representational state transfer (REST) based communications.A web service is an application or data source that is accessible via a standard web protocol (HTTP or HTTPS). Unlike web applications, web services are designed to communicate with other programs, rather than directly with users. While web services can provide data in a number of different formats, XML and JSON are the most common. These standard text-based formats can be easily recognized and parsed by another program that receives the data. The most common web service protocol – SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) – simply adds a header to each XML message before it is transferred over HTTP. Business-oriented web services may use a standard called UDDI. This formats data in a specific type of XML known as the Web Services Description Language, or WSDL. While UDDI transmits .WSDL files instead of standard .XML files, it may still use the SOAP protocol to transfer data. Most web services provide an API, or a set of functions and commands, that can be used to access the data. For example, Twitter provides an API that allows developers to access tweets from the service and receive the data in JSON format. Yelp provides an API for programmers to access information about businesses, which can be displayed directly in an app or website. Google Maps provides an API for receiving geographical data and directions from the Google Maps database. NOTE: An API is a specific set of commands and guidelines used for accessing data, while a web service is an actual service provided by an Internet-based source. You may try this brief explanation about API: Hope this helps. -Franchiser-
  16. Hi @ronbrumbarger, I have this problem before, I thought the rich textarea was freezing when the URL or IMAGE icon was tick. Try to scroll it down and you may find the popup window position in the center of your website. If that happens, consider adjusting the CSS attributes for CKEditor. Try to playaround with the margin from top,bottom,left or right to move it closer. -Franchiser-
  17. Hi @ElkeD, I would suggest to CONVERT() all fields data type like VARCHAR, the error looks like a data type mismatched. -Franchiser-
  18. Hi Logan, What you may want to consider instead is applying the following CSS style to the input field: text-transform: uppercase; You can try this code in the header of the DataPage. <style> input { text-transform: uppercase; } </style> -Franchiser-
  19. It means, essentially, what it says; that 'this is important, ignore subsequent rules, and any usual specificity issues, apply this rule!' In normal use, a rule defined in an external stylesheet is overruled by a style defined in the head of document, which, in turn, is overruled by an in-line style within the element itself (assuming equal specificity of the selectors). Defining a rule with the !important 'attribute' (?) discards the normal concerns as regards the 'later' rule overriding the 'earlier' ones. Also, ordinarily, a more specific rule will override a less-specific rule. So: a { /* css */ } Is normally overruled by: body div #elementID ul li a { /* css */ } As the latter selector is more specific (and it doesn't, normally, matter where the more-specific selector is found (in the head or the external stylesheet) it will still override the less-specific selector (inline style attributes will always override the 'more-', or the 'less-', specific selector as it's always more specific. If, however, you add !important to the less-specific selector's CSS declaration, it will have priority. Using !important has its purposes (though I struggle to think of them), but it's much like using a nuclear explosion to stop the foxes killing your chickens; yes, the foxes will be killed, but so will the chickens. And the neighborhood. It also makes debugging your CSS a nightmare (from personal, empirical, experience).
  20. Hi Webtalking, Will recommend using one authentication for the whole app to avoid multiple logins or create a standalone login screen regards, -Franchiser-
  21. Hi HeezyMeezy, Use this URL to check if the chart datapage is responsive by design. -Franchiser-
  22. Hi Bre, Can you try the INNER JOIN instead of a WHERE clause? I have this problem before and it works using an inner join. -Franchiser-
  23. Hi vanderLest, If you are still experiencing a performance issue, you can contact their support team at support@caspio.com or (877) 820-9100. Usually, if I have this case, I always tried to clear the cache, files, and cookies of the browser and a lot of times it works. your friendly neighbor, -Franchiser-
  24. Hi HeezyMeezy, Click here on how to make the DataPage responsive to fit all screens.
  25. I will suggest to watch video tutorials of Caspio and decide for yourself.
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