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 Dynamically change style class?

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ertz
Posted: 12/02/2004, 10:43 AM

Is there a way to dynamically change the style class? For example:

<td class="ThemeAltDataTD">{Alt_some_data}</td>

In some circumstances, we need to be able to change the class of certain elements. To, for example:

<td class="ThemeMarkAltDataTD">{Alt_somedata}</td>

We would do this in "Custom Code".

We are using CCS and perl.

Thanks!
--paul


crake
Posted: 12/22/2004, 1:58 PM

>Is there a way to dynamically change the style class?

Can you refresh page?
I mean it is easy to do if you reload perl script and change varibale value.
For example:

# use if to determine which one you want to use
$specialClass = "ThemeAltDataTD";
$specialClass = "ThemeMarkAltDataTD";


Print "<td class=\"$specialClass\">{Alt_some_data}</td>";
Last Hero
Posted: 12/23/2004, 7:20 AM

Add label ClassLabel:
<td class="{ClassLabel}">{Alt_some_data}</td>

and in before show link or before show row call $Form->ClassLabel->SetValue("ClassName")
test
Posted: 05/12/2005, 11:03 PM

:-D:*):-P

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