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  • HTML help

    Hi,
    I am working in a Viewbox and trying to get a display to come out correctly. So I am asking for help from a HTML guru.
    I don't know how to make the HTML work in the Viewbox layout to accomplish 2 things.
    I don't want the Heading or titles to print above each row and I would the amounts right justified.
    Can anyone point me in the right direction?

    Thanks,

    This is my view box:
    Screen Shot 2017-05-10 at 9.24.09 AM.png

    With this being the output:
    Screen Shot 2017-05-10 at 9.23.18 AM.png
    Mike Reed
    Phoenix, AZ

  • #2
    Re: HTML help

    Hi Mike,
    Any reason you are deadset on a viewbox instead of using a list control? List control would display data in a list format as you are doing and lists have headers built in and may be best suited for your scenario.

    Now with that aside:
    The code you are showing is the template for each ITEM. So since you are adding the table rows and table header tags for each item - you will see the repeat. I do not think the concept 'viewbox header' and 'viewbox footer' properties exist. If they did your opening table and tr/th would go into the table header. and your table closing tag would go into the footer. I dont believe they exist which is why i suggested you use a list.

    for the alignment - if you end up sticking with a viewbox and still need to do this:
    use css to right align text for the appropriate table data tag
    Code:
    <tr><td>left aligned text</td><td style="text-align:right;">5.55</td></tr>
    Scott Moniz - Computer Programmer/Analyst
    REA Inc.
    http://reainc.net
    (416)-533-3777
    [email protected]

    REA INC offers consulting services, programming services, systems design, database design, third party payment gateway integration (CHASE, PAYPAL, AUTHORIZE.NET) and developer support.
    If you need custom code, or 1-to-1 mentoring in any facet of your database/web application design,
    contact us to discuss options.

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    • #3
      Re: HTML help

      It seems there is a header and footer command if you use the "Insert" button at the bottom when defining your viewbox layout.

      Not sure how to use these, but you could leverage these
      Scott Moniz - Computer Programmer/Analyst
      REA Inc.
      http://reainc.net
      (416)-533-3777
      [email protected]

      REA INC offers consulting services, programming services, systems design, database design, third party payment gateway integration (CHASE, PAYPAL, AUTHORIZE.NET) and developer support.
      If you need custom code, or 1-to-1 mentoring in any facet of your database/web application design,
      contact us to discuss options.

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      • #4
        Re: HTML help

        Thank You Scott!
        I appreciate the help. I am not tied to a viewbox, so I'll try the header and footer items first. If that doesn't work, then off the list control.

        Thanks again,
        Mike
        Mike Reed
        Phoenix, AZ

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        • #5
          Re: HTML help

          What you are trying to do is super easy, I think you should persevere with the viewbox because it is light and quick to style.


          {*root}
          <div id="MC" style="width:500px;">
          <div class="a-34">
          <!-- Heading -->
          <h3>{AB_Head}</h3>
          <!-- Progress -->
          <div class="a-34-p">
          <!-- Specify background color and Value -->
          <!-- Specify values for "width" in % -->
          <div class="{AB_Class}" style="width: {AB_Number}%;"></div>
          </div>
          <div class="a-34-l">
          {Child_1}
          <!-- Labels Child_1-->

          <span>{AB_Detail_Percentage}</span>




          {/Child_1}
          </div> </div> </div>
          {/*root}

          Here is my JSON

          [
          {
          "Ashobiz_Head_Id": "1",
          "AB_Head": "Ashobiz #47",
          "AB_Number": "1320",
          "AB_Icon": "fa-angle-double-down a-red",
          "AB_Class": "a-blue",
          "Child_1": [
          {
          "AB_Head_Link_Id": "1",
          "Ashobiz_Detail_Id": "1",
          "AB_Detail_SubHead": "Html",
          "AB_Detail_Percentage": "65%",
          "AB_Detail_Bar": "a-bg-yellow",
          "ID1": "1",
          "ID2": "1"
          },
          {
          "AB_Head_Link_Id": "1",
          "Ashobiz_Detail_Id": "2",
          "AB_Detail_SubHead": "CSS",
          "AB_Detail_Percentage": "77%",
          "AB_Detail_Bar": "a-bg-blue",
          "ID1": "2",
          "ID2": "2"
          },
          {
          "AB_Head_Link_Id": "1",
          "Ashobiz_Detail_Id": "3",
          "AB_Detail_SubHead": "JavaScript",
          "AB_Detail_Percentage": "25%",
          "AB_Detail_Bar": "a-bg-red",
          "ID1": "3",
          "ID2": "3"
          }
          ]
          }
          ]

          The syntax is well documented. Play in the JSON template tester.

          You will notice that we have a head section and a detail section.

          {Child_1} is essentially a repeating section. detail.

          You have not shown the JSON you are using so it is difficult to help further.

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