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  1. I have a submission form that cascades data results in several virtual fields. The virtual fields reside within sections that either hide or display those elements depending on their results. What I would like to do is have all the elements that are not hidden display on the same line. Unfortunately only the elements within each section have the advanced option to “continue next element on the same line”. Is there a way to display all elements and submit button all on the same line? I tried removing the sections thus allowing me to display all elements on the same line, but with some elements being hidden the table that displayed the elements would jump around. For example.. if virt1,virt4, and virt5 are displayed on a search, then on the next search virt4 and virt5 were hidden and only virt1 and virt15 are displayed, virt15 is displayed on the far end several spaces away from virt1. Providing an undesirable result of the table cells jumping around with each search.
  2. I found that I can hide table elements based on HTML5 data attribute values. This solves a shortcoming of Caspio datapage configuration options: If you have a datapage that uses Inline Insert, you will find that you must choose between allowing a field to be editable on Insert, and allowing a field to be editable on Edit. In my case, I wanted to allow Inserts with a date, but once the record was there, I didn't want the date to ever change. When you enable Inline Insert, you don't have this ability, because if you disable editing the date, then one can't Insert new records with a date. However, a unique HTML5 data attribute=name, value=InlineEdityourFieldName is only applied to rows opened for editing, not on the Insert row, so we can use the attribute and value combo as a css selector to target Edits and not Inserts. Here I add the class "hideDateEdit" to matches for my selector, then inline a style to hide that class. Actually, I'm adding the class to the parentNode of my match, so that the contents of the whole cell are hidden, in this case, the date's text input, as well as the adjacent calendar img for the popup calendar function. <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> var elems = document.querySelectorAll('input[name=InlineEditDates_Date]'); for (var i=0, m=elems.length; i<m; i++) { elems.parentNode.className = "hideDateEdit"; } </SCRIPT> <style type="text/css">.hideDateEdit { display: none; } </style>
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