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The this reference inside the context of the event handler is not a reference to your react component. this in that context is usually the object that triggered the event, such as the clicked button. In JSX you can use binding to bind your event handler to the context of your component: You have to be careful about the meaning of this in JSX callbacks. ...


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For Radio buttons: Try below code: <script type="text/javascript"> $(function () { var reBuildTR = $('<tr></tr>').append("<th></th>"); //update Test1 as your field name $('table[id^="Test1"]').find('td').each(function () { $(reBuildTR).append($(this)); }) $('table[id^="...


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Sharepoint stores list of expanded groups in cookie. So you can put to cookie your list of groups you want to expand. var GROUP_DELIMITER = ";#"; function SetExpandedGroups(viewId, groups) { var encoded = groups.map(function(group) { return encodeURIComponent(GROUP_DELIMITER + group + GROUP_DELIMITER).replace(/%/g, "%25"); }); ...


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The following example below for your reference. <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> var cacheNavData = []; var cacheSubNavData = []; var cacheMegaMenuData = []; var cacheCategoryMenuData = []; $(document).ready(function() { getData("Navigation").done(...


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Try using your code in below format: var cacheNavData = []; var cacheSubNavData = []; var cacheMegaMenuData = []; var cacheCategoryMenuData = []; $(document).ready(function() { getNavData("Navigation").then(function(listData) { cacheNavData = listData; }, function(error) { console.log(error): }) ; }); function getNavData(lName) { ...


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We can add the CSS style below into a script editor web part in new/edit list form page to achieve it. <style type="text/css"> input[id$='NumberField']{ width:386px !important; } input[id$='CurrencyField']{ width:386px !important; } input[id$='DateTimeFieldDate']{ width:360px !important; } select[id$='DropDownChoice']{ width:398px !...


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Try to follow the below steps : Start Sharepoint Designer and open up the corresponding view (AllItems.asxp, here) Note : here it is AllItems.asxp, you can select any form like new, edit aspx AllItems.asxp Make sure the view shows up in design mode : Design mode Right Click anywhere in the view and select the menu option “Convert to XSLT Data View”: ...


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Add a content editor webpart in your page and add the below script, <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-3.4.1.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function () { ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(processForm, "sp.js"); function processForm(){ $("select[title='Division ...


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It's most likely related to the button reference. Is there any specific reason for that long reference? Is this is a single SharePoint form? Otherwise, jQuery-wise to get the reference for that button you could do it like this (and don't have to bother about any nasty id's in the future. The selector ($) is for looking where a input is ending with the ID ...


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If you execute the items API call without any filter, you will get a result set that contains all the items in that list. Maybe not a problem if the list only contains a small number of items, but obviously lists can potentially contain thousands of items and that would not perform well. The following example gets just retrieves the most recently modified ...


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To hide fields in SharePoint list display form using jQuery, Navigate to DispForm.aspx->Edit page -> Insert a Script editor web part and paste the below codes: <script type="text/javascript" src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.12.4.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $( document ).ready(function() { $(".ms-...


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