Great Ideas. Always Flowing.

We are not happy until you are happy. Client satisfaction guaranteed. Whatever your needs and requirements, we have the skills and resources for the job!

Quick login...

Or... now make it easy with Facebook Integration
Connect via Facebook

Top Sellers

Frustrated over the lack of customization for your user's registration fields? Dynamically setup your DNN Portal with custom registration fields, layout, questions, and other core integration options......

Ultra Video Gallery is a brother product of Ultra Media Gallery, UVG allows you to upload videos in various format and automatically encode them to flv or H264 format, you also can add videos from internet or record live videos from your webcam.

Build high performance, completely customizable data-entry forms and views driven by your DNN and external databases. New built-in tools make it a snap to quickly create data entry forms, data views, and even database tables. Plus, add your own HTML, CSS, Javascript, SQL commands, stored procedures,

The most advanced DotNetNuke shopping cart on the planet. Easy to use e-Commerce, Secure Shopping Cart Software and SEO friendly. B2C / B2B Ecommerce Sites.

One stop solution for events calendar and events registration! FREE DOWNLOAD is available now!

Using Panels for Pages
Last Post 02-01-2013 09:24 AM by Chad Nash. 1 Replies.
AddThis - Bookmarking and Sharing Button Printer Friendly
PrevPrev NextNext
You are not authorized to post a reply.
Author Messages
NeilUser is Offline
skipping stones
skipping stones

01-28-2013 05:53 AM
    Hi, I have a long form which I want to break up into smaller chunks. I was hoping to use HTML Divs (Panels). (DNN version 5.6 ish)
    Panel 1 would contain 4 - 5 HTML buttons, which if clicked would expand one Panel and collapse the other panels.
    I would also like to put an html button (or two) at the bottom of each panel provide similar navigation at the foot of each Panel.

    I have set this up with just one html button, to expand the following panel (not got to hide the previous one yet), and this seems to work whilst in "Edit" mode, but not in "View" mode. when in "View" I get a huge load of "View State" error messages - see partial bit below).

    DotNetNuke.Services.Exceptions.ModuleLoadException: Failed to load viewstate. The control tree into which viewstate is being loaded must match the control tree that was used to save viewstate during the previous request. For example, when adding controls dynamically, the controls added during a post-back must match the type and position of the controls added during the initial request. ---> System.Web.HttpException: Failed to load viewstate.....

    Is what I am trying even possible? I do have a Development team I could ask to look at into this, but I do not have a lot of time, so I'd sooner know whether this is a small bug/user error or I am shooting up the wrong alley!!

    Chad NashUser is Offline

    02-01-2013 09:24 AM
    Hi Neil - I am actually not sure that this is possible. I think you would have to use jQuery/JAvaScript to hide those other panels with an HTML button instead of trying to use question events with a postback etc... You would have to find the DIV ID's and then show/hide those elements upon load, then use some other types of JavaScript/jQuery to show and hide those DIV's.


    You are not authorized to post a reply.


    Join our mailing list...

    Get current news and events the easy way
    Subscribe Me

    Recent Blogs...

    Copyright 2005 - 2011 by Data Springs, Inc.
  • film izle
  • 720 izle
  • film
  • sinema izle
  • film makinesi
  • T�rk�e dublaj film
  • film izle
  • film izle
  • baglan film izle
  • sinema izle
  • 1080 film izle
  • film mercegi