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Initial Email From:
User
Initial Email Subject: linking from external page
Support Case Month: June 2012

Hello

In the modal windows, how can I link to an external page and call on one specific item on that page?

For example, I have a group of 20 charts all on one page. I want to call up chart1 with one link, and chart6 with another. AND only that chart. Otherwise, I'd have to have separate small files for each chart. Is that possible to do and how?

Thanks.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello,

This is possible if you have the charts in separate DIVs and you call the page as “AJAX” specifying the DIV to load.

For example the following value in the AJAX field would load only the page element with ID=”container”:

test.html #container

and the following value in the AJAX field would load only the page element(s) with class=”container”:

test.html .container

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: User

Thanks. But could you be a bit more specific?

Like showing me with an actual link and where do I place that link inside the project builder?

I’ve had a look at some videos and  nothing I found showed how to do this.

They only speak of an entire page.

I figure, that if the division on the same page can be linked to, why not on any other page?

When encountering a url link such as “#item_1”, the browser is assuming that the container is on the same page.

I did find one item in one of your pdf files that showed an example, tried it and it did not work.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello again,

The information I gave you was for use within the application and not for page links:

modal windows content properties

Also, this is not part of the documented features of the application and hence you could not find it anywhere.

I am afraid that there is no direct support for partly loading an external document through page links.

Still, if you send me a URL to see your test page, I may be able to offer a different solution.

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: User

http://1littleworld.net/test/1960/sidepanel.html

This is not an AWM project but does show the problem.

The linked page shows all ten tables. There should be a way of showing only the table for that item.

So when item 1 is clicked, table 1 appears.

BTW, that’s a script you guys could offer.

As I think it’s neater and cleaner than a modal.

Reply From: Likno Customer Support

Hello again,

The effect you sent me is indeed a very interesting use-case and it can probably be achieved using our “accordion” application.

Regarding the partial Ajax loading, did you try it with Modal as I instructed you?

I am asking because I did a test locally and it seems to work fine.

Regards,
Kostas
Likno Customer Support
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Reply From: User

Ok thanks.

I will have to experiment with it then.

 

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