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Javascript from Content Pages

Javascript from Content Pages

Javascript from Content Pages

I am trying to run a date picker on a field within a content page.

On the master page in the head section I have the following code:


<script src="../assets/js/forms-bootstrap-datetimepicker.js"></script>
<asp:ContentPlaceHolder ID="head" runat="server">

In the content page I have the following code directly after the field:


     $(function () {
             autoHide: true,
             zIndex: 2048,

And in the code behind, page load event I have:


Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptInclude("forms-bootstrap-datetimepicker", ResolveUrl("../assets/js/forms-bootstrap-datetimepicker.js")) 

When I render the page, and click on a field with a date-toggle "datepicker", it doesn't action the date picker

Have I missed something or doing something wrong?


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