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Alison

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  1. Hello @SteveP, Please refer the code in this post: https://forums.caspio.com/topic/7824-hide-columns-on-tabular-report-when-empty/?tab=comments#comment-23918
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    Hello @Jolly, When I use Shift+Enter for moving cursor to the next line, it correctly displays and sends the formatted value that was added to the Text Area field. Please see the screenshots below:
  3. You should find element by the following class name cbSearchButtonContainer:
  4. Hi @guardmetrics, That is correct - you should copy the cody for the button and put it in the HTML block. It is better to hide the button container. Make sure that you are reffereng to the different classes or ids to hide only the needed element.
  5. Hi @emilyhanover, You should deploy your Caspio datapages on the different webpages to be able to get separated links to each of them and use these links for the redirections.
  6. Hi @mbdiener, Make sure that the edited data is saved i the table - the green tick should appear on the left of the table: Also, you may try to create an authentication only with one unique field. It can be, for example, name:
  7. Hi @Inovix, You may create a lookup table for the sub-category lists and use cascading dropdown form element to cascade by the product and show only corresponding data for the sub-categories from the lookup table. Please follow this article for more details: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/lookup-tables/ https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/datapage-components/cascading-elements/
  8. Hi @Vitalikssssss, You should add two text fields to the Selected fields on the Submission form and one of them make a Dropdown form element. After that create a Header and Footer element and past the following code into the footer after disabling HTML edotir: <script> document.addEventListener("DataPageReady", function() { let dropdown = document.getElementById('InsertRecordname'); let textfield = document.getElementById('InsertRecordnumber'); let change = function() { textfield.value = this.options[this.selectedIndex].value; }; if (document.addEventListener !== undefined) { dropdown.addEventListener('change', change, true); } else if (document.attachEvent) { dropdown.attachEvent('onchange', change); } else { dropdown.onchange = change; } }); </script> InsertRecordname and InsertRecordnumber are the ids of the text fields elements where InsertRecordname is set to the Dropdown form element.
  9. Hi @LelahPederson, You may change the height property with adding !important attribute for the .ListData or .SelectBox classes. For example: .ListData { height: 60 px !important; } You may add this style into the datapage's header or to the User-defined styles in Styles menu.
  10. Hi @EdwardMundy, To display the logged in name you should use authentication parameter in the HTML block or in the datapage's header. For example, [@authfield:Name]. Please follow this article for more details: https://howto.caspio.com/parameters/displaying-parameters/
  11. Hello @davidhshugar, Unfortunately, the position of the autocomplete menu cannot be changed, it depends on the free space of the screen.
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    Datapage sequencing

    Hello @GWBjr, You should set the destination to "Go to a new page" or "Go to a DataPage" on the "Web Form Wizard - Destination and Messaging" screen of the Submission form:
  13. Hi @Ras2019, Try to pass the parameters internaly within Caspio Bridge: pass External parameter on exit and recieve it on load. Please follow this link for more details: https://howto.caspio.com/parameters/passing-parameters/
  14. Hi @JaredL, You can add it into the Header after disabling HTML editor on th Advanced tab: <style> select option { background-color: green; font-weight: bold; color: red; } </style> or you can add the code into the User-defined styles in to the Styles menu: select option { background-color: green; font-weight: bold; color: red; }
  15. Hi @JaredL, Options (attributes of the dropdown) of an html “select” element can be styled, however very minimally, as the styling for these elements is handled by the user's OS. Background-color, color and font-weight can be changed for the option elements, for example: select option { background-color: green; font-weight: bold; color: red; }
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