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  1. 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
  2. I can't figure out a javascript to disable this checkbox, to the left of the Yes group. The script must check for Yes, because sometimes only the (blank) group exists, and sometimes only (blank) and Yes, and sometimes (blank) No and Yes. Can't use CSS as far as I can tell. The goal is to prevent the mass-selection of Yes records. I tried using some javascript browser addons to find an appropriate selector, but was my first time using and no luck. I also tried using .prev() in jQuery, but now I don't think the checkbox is a sibling. I tried modifying the code used to conditionally fo
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