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mauroventura

Posts: 1
Posted: 01/19/2014, 9:28 AM

Hello guys.
I need help.
I need (after a 'if' choice) to apply or not a onclick event call to an element (image) in a grid.
The best for me is to use the Beforeshowrow event and add some php code like this :

... if ( grid->image->getvalue()=="change") then add to image "onclick='myfunction();'"

else do nothing;

some suggestions??

thanks in advance

Mauro

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jekes

Posts: 36
Posted: 01/20/2014, 5:41 AM

Hi,

Maybe you can apply a client custom code on the onclick event of the element and then start your condition in the javascript code.

Assign feature >> Client custom code >> start event on the click of your element.
In the javascript custom code retrieve the the value of the element
$(this).attr("href") or $(this).attr("id") or $(this).attr("yourowntag");
test the value and start your function.

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Lucius

Posts: 220
Posted: 01/20/2014, 12:34 PM

Or if you want to be really smart, you can on server-side add some class to your image like:

<img ... class="clickable"> or <img ... class="notclickable"> then in JS program function that clicks basing of the link class.

I would use jQuery to help me in this task.
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