- HtmlHost Example 4: Creating a htmlhost with Horizontal and Vertical Sizers
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/HtmlHost/HtmlHost Example 4__COLON__ Creating htmlhost with Horizontal and Vertical Sizers.xml
This example demonstrates a horizontal & a vertical slider an htmlhost region. Htmlhost is an xdialog construct that allows you to wrap Html style text within an xdialog control. While you can also place html inside an xdialog wrapper, htmlhost gives you much further ability to interact with the Xdialog; allowing you to embed additional xdialog within the html style text within an xdialog wrapper. So for example, if you have an xdialog listbox that you wanted to put inside a <div>, htmlhost would allow you to do this. If you wanted to lay out an Xdialog the same way you would a table in Html, htmlhost will allow you to do this as well. In using htmlhost the HTML styling runs in background and the controls pop up in the foreground.
- Creating and Programming a Hotspot with Action Scripting
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic Action Scripting/Creating and Programming a Hotspot with Action Scripting.xml
The following procedure assumes that the developer has opened the form in the Form Editor . Follow these instructions to use Action Scripting to create and format a hotspot similar to hotspot4 .
- Creating a Button with a Hyperlink
/documentation/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Web Component Controls/Creating a Button with a Hyperlink.xml
There are two ways to create a button with a hyperlink.
- Creating and Programming Hotspots with Xbasic
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Platform/Xbasic/Creating and Programming Hotspots with Xbasic.xml
Many of the forms in the AlphaSports application have a set of images in the lower right corner. At first, you might think these were buttons with image labels. In fact, they are actually composed of two layered images and a set of Hotspots. A hotspot is similar to a button without a visible component. It is a rectangular region that responds to an OnPush event and will run either an Action Script or Xbasic code.
- Creating a Button with a Bitmap
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Buttons/Creating a Button with a Bitmap.xml
Button3 uses an Xbasic routine to copy the customer address to the clipboard. Button3 uses a bitmap instead of text to define its purpose.
- Creating a Maximized Application with a Menu
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Creating a Maximized Application with a Menu.xml
Many application developers would like to present their software with all traces of Alpha Anywhere hidden and with access to Windows tightly controlled. This example demonstrates a technique using the sample AlphaSports database.
- Creating and Using a Multi-state Button
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Buttons/Creating and Using a Multi-state Button.xml
The MULSTBTN1 multi-state button presents a simple way to limit the Browse1 list to those records where the SearchBy field begins with the selected letter.
- Xdialog Help Pages
/documentation/pages/Index/Xdialog Help Pages.xml
[Xdialog Function Reference]
- Creating and Using a Conditional Object
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Creating and Using a Conditional Object.xml
A conditional object is a multi-level rectangular frame used to conditionally display and hide groups of objects. Conditional objects behave like tabbed objects, except that instead of tabs, each page is automatically selected by Alpha Anywhere based on the expressions you enter. A page is selected when the expression evaluates to TRUE. If no expression evaluates to true, the default page is shown.
- Creating and Using a Summary Field
/documentation/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/FieldRules/Creating and Using a Summary Field.xml
The Summary Genie assists you in creating calculated fields that summarize various aspects of a field over a group of records or over the whole table. The Summary Genie will summarize over the child records for a given parent record if you select a field or expression based on a child record. It will summarize over the whole table if you select a field or expression based on a parent record. The following functions are supported: