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Hidding fields with no data




You can achieve this by adding JavaScript. You check the field value of file, it it is empty, you hide the field with something like this:

document.getElementById("file").style.display = "none";

For JavaScript syntax, here's a good resource with lots of examples http://www.w3schools.com/js/default.asp.

Hope this helps. Thanks,


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No, it doesn't matter if you add your JavaScript in the Header or the Footer. Now, for the second part of your question - you could do something like this:

//this is an example for the field AbandonReport only, do the similar for other fields you want //to check

field1= document.getElementById("AbandonReport").value

if (field1 = "")


document.getElementById("AbandonReport").style.display = "none";


Also, I believe Caspio offers project consultation to help you out/do the JavaScript for you. Here's the link I found for this - http://caspio.com/support/projectconsultation.asp.



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