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Edit and Insert forms

The table below show parameters for customizing Edit and Insert forms.

 

State of the webpage

Page Part

Default template

Parameters

Edit form

editors area

forms/form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::FormEdit

 

separate page form

forms/page_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::Edit

modal dialog

forms/modal_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::ModalEdit

inline form

forms/inline_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::InlineEdit

Insert form

editors area

forms/form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::FormInsert

 

separate page form

forms/page_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::Insert

modal dialog

forms/modal_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::ModalInsert

inline form

forms/inline_form.tpl

PagePart::VerticalGrid

PageMode::InlineInsert

 

You can customize the whole form or only the area containing the controls. The picture below shows the difference between these concepts.

 

 

Examples

 

Examples for all page modes (Separate Page, Modal Dialog, and Inline Form) can be found in the Feature Demo application. Additionally the demo contains an example of a wizard form. Each example contains links that allow you to view the complete code of overwritten templates as well as the code of the event handler. You can also download the demo project file for a deeper investigation.

 

 



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