Hi All, I’ve designed my main app screen with the open record taking up two thirds of the width of the screen, from the left, with a number of joined tables appearing down the right side of the screen.
My main record utilises Steps (tabs) and this is a great way to unclutter the screen but I wondered if it’s possible with CSS to hide tables based on what step/tab is selected?
In my opinion, this really takes the form’s “Steps” to the next level and makes this function more like a wizard - superb!
Mini-tip for anyone else especially if you have a lot of tables / tabs, as in my case I actually had 9 tables and 5 tabs so I copied a full list of all the tables into each “if” section and simply remarked out the ones I wanted to hide. I found this simple but very useful, so I could easily toggle and change configuration as I was building it out…
This is amazing. Thanks so much for figuring this out Chem. As @GREDDIE said this takes forms to a whole new level.
I was playing with iframes to include tables and other resources in the form itself but was running into issues because formatting, CORS, etc. I switched to seeing if I could do something like this then found this post and was able to fully execute what I wanted.