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Styling Listboxes


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Hi,

You can do this with javascript.

Insert folowing code into the footer of your datapage

f_a('YOURFIELDID').onmouseover = function(v_event){

if (!v_event) v_event=window.event;

var v_target = v_event.target ? v_event.target : v_event.srcElement;

if(v_event && v_target ){

if ( v_target.tagName.toLowerCase() == 'option' ) {

v_target.style.background="#eaeff5";

}

}

};

f_a('YOURFIELDID').onmouseout = function(v_event){

if (!v_event) v_event=window.event;

var v_target = v_event.target ? v_event.target : v_event.srcElement;

if(v_event && v_target ){

if ( v_target.tagName.toLowerCase() == 'option' ) {

v_target.style.background="#ffffff";

}

}

};

function f_a(v_id)

{

return document.getElementById(v_id);

}

And replace YOURFIELDID with correct listbox field id.

Let me know if this helps.

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Hi, Thank you so much for your reply.

It did not work. My field is a listbox called Color

I added the following to my footer:

f_a('Color').onmouseover = function(v_event){

if (!v_event) v_event=window.event;

var v_target = v_event.target ? v_event.target : v_event.srcElement;

if(v_event && v_target ){

if ( v_target.tagName.toLowerCase() == 'option' ) {

v_target.style.background="#eaeff5";

}

}

};

f_a('Color').onmouseout = function(v_event){

if (!v_event) v_event=window.event;

var v_target = v_event.target ? v_event.target : v_event.srcElement;

if(v_event && v_target ){

if ( v_target.tagName.toLowerCase() == 'option' ) {

v_target.style.background="#ffffff";

}

}

};

function f_a(v_id)

{

return document.getElementById(v_id);

}

Did I miss something? Thanks!

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Hi,

On different datapages fields have different id's.

For example, use firebug to inspect field ids.

For example, on the Submition form field ids begins with 'InsertRecord' and on the end there will be your field name 'InsertRecordColor'.

On the Search form field ids are replaced with 'Value1_1', 'Value2_1' etc. So if your listbox is the first element, then you should insert Value1_1 as YOURFIELDID in the code.

See example in the attachment.

Hope this helps.

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