shwela sharma commented on Jan 27, 2016

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

I believe what's missing is Step 4.

Select Home tab -> Goto the Events tab (next to Properties) -> Click on Add Action button -> Action: Open Page -> Name of the page to open: Select home from the drop down list -> Click Ok.

Repeat steps for Results and Profile tab as well. Preview in web.

mathew murphy commented on Nov 2, 2012

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

Note that the tabs aren't supposed to work at this stage -- they're connected up in exercise 14.

mathew murphy commented on Nov 2, 2012

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

The "Editable Area" control isn't shown in the Core Controls palette in 8.5.3. Instead, you have to use "Other..." under Controls, click in the area, then search for "Editable" in the dialog that appears.

Karol Podgajecki commented on Mar 9, 2012

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

can't get Tabs working... when clicking tab (even binded to page) it's still at Home place

Robert F Harwood commented on Jan 13, 2012

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

checked

Joe G Bloggs commented on Mar 9, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

Some progress being made - didn't realize that one had to double-click the magically appearing xPages (those must be a result of creating the tabs) so I finally saw the "green circle". However, even after adding the custom controls to the correct pages, callng those pages did not "switch the current tab" - the home tab continues to always be selected.

https://picasaweb.google.com/107492198614560659597/XPages#5582265429720090402

Joe G Bloggs commented on Mar 9, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

If someone (Deanna?) could please confirm if my outline is correct, I would appreciate it.

https://picasaweb.google.com/107492198614560659597/XPages#5582257893203344114

Joe G Bloggs commented on Mar 9, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

Ummm, which green circle (in step 6)?

According to the instructions, I should only have one Editable Area "facet_1" which was created in the content panel. And trying drop anything onto facet_1 fails miserably - the custom control is either placed to the left or to the right but "in" or "on" facet_1. I can simulate the effect of the graphics by placing the custom controls below the tabs in tabbedPanel1 but doing so does not automatically set focus to those tabs when I enter /home.xsp, /results.xsp, or /profile.xsp in addition to the .nsf extension in the URL.

Please help?

Patrick Picard commented on Jan 13, 2010

Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

Fixed the issue from my previous post. I had the Content panel as a sub-panel of tabBar. Moved it to be a direct children of Main!

Patrick Picard commented on Jan 13, 2010

Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 4

I've followed this tutorial and for some reason, the content is cut off. Ive tried in both FF and IE

Here are screenshots of the designer client, the browser, and the outline

http://yfrog.com/e9homedesignerp

http://yfrog.com/11homebrowserp

http://yfrog.com/1qcontaineroutlinep

I did connect the CSS classes to each panel correctly.

franco imbriaco commented on Oct 21, 2009

Tabbed Panel

I can't see the content of each tabbed panel in Firefox 3.5. I'm using LN 8.5

Is there any solution for this? Thank you!

Brijesh Yadav commented on Aug 25, 2009

Untitled

We can add more than one "Editable Area" to Customer Control

brijesh yadavmp14 commented on Aug 25, 2009

Editable Areas

Editable Area control not available for X-Pages..