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  • zqq7231
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    Hi Peter,

    Ok, noted. Thanks.

    Best Regards,
    Qianqian


    zqq7231
    Member

    Hi Peter,

    Yes, thanks.
    It works well with IE8. I used another browser which is based on IE, so it may based on IE7.

    Best Regards,
    qianqian


    zqq7231
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    ———— why it can’t display code itself? ——————–
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    Test datetime on window

    $(document).ready(function () {
    $(‘#tab’).jqxTabs({ height: 258});
    $(‘#date’).jqxDateTimeInput({ width: ‘250px’, height: ’25px’});
    $(‘#window’).jqxWindow({ maxHeight: 400, maxWidth: 700, minHeight: 200, minWidth: 200, height: 300, width: 500});
    });


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    • This reply was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by  zqq7231.

    zqq7231
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    Hi Peter,

    Thanks for your reply.
    I use IE8 to test this case. And the jQWidgets version is 1.7 which I downloaded yesterday.
    BTW, I also tested it on Firefox4.0 which works well.
    The code is just based on the sample of the demo.

    ————————————— code below —————————————–

    You can use the jqxWindow to direct a user’s attention to a particular activity in your application, such as entering data or viewing information. Consider using a jqxWindow when you want greater customization, you want to block the user interface outside the window, or when you want to retrieve a DialogResult and other data from the popup window. jqxWindow can be displayed as a modal dialog window that blocks user interaction with the underlying user interface or as a standard window without blocking the web page’s user interface.

    var basicDemo = (function () {
    //Adding event listeners

    //Creating all page elements which are jqxWidgets
    function _createElements() {
    $(‘#tab’).jqxTabs({ height: 258, theme: basicDemo.config.theme });
    $(‘#date’).jqxDateTimeInput({ width: ‘250px’, height: ’25px’, theme: basicDemo.config.theme });
    };

    //Creating the demo window
    function _createWindow() {
    $(‘#window’).jqxWindow({ maxHeight: 400, maxWidth: 700, minHeight: 200, minWidth: 200, height: 300, width: 500, theme: basicDemo.config.theme });
    };

    return {
    config: {
    dragArea: null,
    theme: null
    },
    init: function () {
    //Creating all jqxWindgets except the window
    _createElements();
    //Adding jqxWindow
    _createWindow();
    }
    };
    } ());

    $(document).ready(function () {
    var theme = $.data(document.body, ‘theme’, theme);
    if (theme == undefined) theme = ”;

    //Setting demo’s theme
    basicDemo.config.theme = theme;
    //Initializing the demo
    basicDemo.init();

    });


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    • This reply was modified 8 years, 1 month ago by  zqq7231.
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