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David Lantz: "Thank you, this is by far the simplest, and most friendly utility for building db record system I have ever used. I wish I could get my systems guys at the office to purchase this for our company would be so very helpful and speed up a lot of work. I for one have used it for everything from a simple inventory record of my house, to a members record for my church just little pet projects and a test bed to test my own db builds and theories before having to hand code at the office..... it is a lot of fun to work with".
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With all the standard libraries included, this product makes normal requirements such as JavaScript form validation, lookup selectors, on click events, auto complete, detailed searches, multiformat exports, rss feeds and username security straight forward and quick.

Having any changes made via the GUI written to the web server at the click of a button makes testing out ideas quick and easy without fear of breaking your application.

To conclude, I couldn't find any other product on the market that came close to offering the amount of options this does, and I do hope that more products like this come out in the future, with the hope of eventually eradicating the need to program all together".


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This event occurs when the head section of the page is generating. Use it to provide additional information for the HEAD section of the page (such as keywords, author, or description).



function OnCustomHTMLHeader ($page, &$customHtmlHeaderText)




An instance of the Page class declared in components/page.php


A string to place into the head section


Example 1:

The following code demonstrates how to use this event to add metadata to the generated webpage.


$customHtmlHeaderText = '<meta name="copyright" content="SQL Maestro Group"/>';


Example 2:

The following code includes external style file and javascript library to the page.


$customHtmlHeaderText = 

  '<link rel="stylesheet" href="external_data/pg_styles.css">' .

  '<script src="external_data/pg_utils.js"></script>';


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