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Item Plugin Waiting

Waiting

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Categories: Item Plugin
Author: Patrick Barel

Display something while waiting

Use
  • javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='visible'
  • javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='hidden'
to show and hide the element.

Keywords
wait, graphic

Icon
Icon
Company: Bar Solutions
Date added: 12.11.2010
Views: 4887
Votes: 3
Reviews: 9
Min. APEX Version:
4.0
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0 
useing plugin
by ZahraHabibi
on September 8, 2013
I want to use this plugin on any submit in my page(save,apply change, delete ,...)
how i must use it?
0 
useing plugin
by ZahraHabibi
on September 8, 2013
I want to use this plugin on any submit in my page(save,apply change, delete ,...)
how i must use it?
0 
useing plugin
by ZahraHabibi
on September 8, 2013
I want to use this plugin on any submit in my page(save,apply change, delete ,...)
how i must use it?
8 
modifications for IE?
by Mike Estoesta
on April 24, 2013
any ideas on modifications that can be made to get this running in IE?
0 
Re: where does this code go
by Patrick Barel
on March 14, 2012
In the demo application I have
onclick="javascript:document.getElementsByName('P4_WAITING')[0].style.visibility='hidden'; return false;"
in the attributes of the button.
Hope this helps.
0 
Were does this code go, sorry newbee
by William
on March 13, 2012
javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='visible'
javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='hidden'
0 
Were does this code go, sorry newbee
by William
on March 13, 2012
javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='visible'
javascript:document.getElementsByName('[name]')[0].style.visibility='hidden'
0 
by Bas de Klerk
on February 13, 2012
Hi

I'm not 100% sure how to use this plugin and can't find any extra docu on this.
Can you explain more in detail what to do/who to use it ? I've installed the plugin and think I have to reference some kind of element ( change the [name] with the element name in the javascript call ? ), but I'm not sure on how and where to place this element, which is probably the icon shown.
Thanks for the great work.

Regards
Bas
0 
*bug* in IE
by Christian Langeveld
on May 18, 2011
The plugin does not work in IE.
November 15, 2010
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