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Hide ugly bar notes provides ....

Hide ugly bar notes provides ....

Hide ugly bar notes provides ....


Is it possible to hide this special bar (?) notes shows in the browser when displaying a categorized view.
(The bar that contains the Expand/Collapse/Next/Back/Search buttons)

Thanks in advance

Stephan Hofmann

RE: Hide ugly bar notes provides ....

You can create your own $$ViewTemplate form either for individual views or a default view template.

Say you had a view called "ViewName", you would create a form and place whatever text or HTML you wanted on the form. Then create a field, call it $$ViewBody (editable text is fine). Then save the form as $$ViewTemplate for ViewName - making sure that you spell the view name or alias correctly. Then when you hit http://yourserver/yourdb.nsf/ViewName?openview you will see the view inside whatever text or HTML you placed on the form.

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RE: Hide ugly bar notes provides ....

Thank you dwarfthrower,

Now it looks like I want it to look like.

By the way, do you know how to embed the notes searchbar
to this template?



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