Collapsible Power App Sections

I have an app that includes form elements that users fill out and submit to a Sharepoint list.

However, since there are many form fields to fill in users have complained about the app requiring too much scrolling and being too long. They would like to have collapsible sections that contain related datacards. Currently, I have a form element within my screen with a list of all the related data cards where users enter responses. I need to split it into different subjects and each subject expands when an down arrow is pressed.

I have followed this tutorial : tutorial – which is exactly what I want – but I want each section to contain the related datacards. Is it possible to have form datacards in each of these sections? Or is there another way to accomplish this?

I got a verified google adsense account a few years ago when I was running my own little blog which related to my web design business. I was then able to use the same registered account to set up ads on a music website that I created under a new dedicated domain.

Now, I’d like to use adsense on my new website, but its a little complicated as the pages are kind of hidden behind a wall.

Let me explain.

My domain is a business, and has no need for adsense on any of the main pages, but I’ve created a back end section (---.com/extra/), where pages that contain adsense banners will be placed.

There is no index page on /extra as the sites on there are all very differently themed and I generally don’t want to go to the hasstle of creating a main index page – Most visitors will come via searches and social media.

Any ideas on how I can make sure Google don’t flag my adverts for technically “hiding” my pages in this way?

Alternatively, are there any other ways to monetise a site like this without the use of banners? I like the idea of banner placement, but I’m all for trying other methods if they are more suited to the setup of my website.

I want to reload all sections on admin sales order create a page, on page load event. How can I do that? I have tried manually when making the change in an input field of billing sections, then an ajax call triggers

Call: http://test.com/admin/sales/order_create/loadBlock/key/2e92cb3383a1ccc651701e3b066848829b38f0093743a9ea8740aedde1eee7ed/block/billing_method,shipping_address,totals,giftmessage,items?isAjax=true 

How can this call be trigged on admin sales order create page on load?

Any help is much appreciated!

Thanks

Hide quick launch sections on a specifc page using content editor

I have a SharePoint (2010) list page. I have already found a useful piece of code that works in content editor to hide the quick launch bar:

<style type="text/css">               body #s4-leftpanel { display: none; }                 .s4-ca { margin-left: 0px; }             </style>​​ 

This works brilliantly.

However I am also using metadata navigation filtering on my list and when I hide the quick launch bar the meta data box also disappears with it.

Is there a way to use the content editor HTML code to hide the following sections:

1. Surveys
2. Sites
3. Libraries
4. Lists
5. Discussions
6. Site contents

(I am not so fussed about recycle bin and all site content).

This would then leave me with the bar containing just the filters section.

Note: I have seen elsewhere that you can manage this at the site level however I want the quick launch to remain unaffected for all other pages.

What 5E published adventures have generic optional rules sections usable outside the adventure?

I just learned that Ghosts of Saltmarsh apparently has a section called “Of Ships and the Sea”, presumably developed from the Unearthed Arcana of the same name. I generally don’t buy adventure books unless I’m planning to run that actual adventure — but it occurs to me that these rules might come in handy should my players in a different game decide to venture into the ocean. I learned about this because I happened across a review:

But it also has just as much info on how to navigate the sea according to 5e rules, the dangers that await, weather conditions and health issues, the creatures that inhabit it, and all the mechanics in-between. If you’re a DM and you want to create an adventure in the ocean, D&D just gave you every tool you’ll ever need to make it happen on your own terms. That’s one hell of an addition to the game that a lot of people who deal with seaside adventures will gladly take advantage of.

This seems pretty significant — in previous editions this might have been a section of the Dungeon Master’s Guide, or a DMG II, or a book specifically for adventuring in a that type of environment. This time around, it seems like they’re tying the publishing of this kind of rules expansion to adventure hardcovers.

So, this has me wondering. What other adventures published for 5E by WotC have significant rule sections like this? I don’t mean lists of magic items or monsters, but specific rules that might be useful in any campaign. Or, perhaps, what’s an easy way to find all such possible rules without looking through every published adventure, or just knowing?

I want to use different page headers for each section of a Google doc. When I edit a page header, the Options menu offers Whole document, This section, and From this point forward. No matter which I choose, my header gets applied to the entire document. Help?

Do negative indecomposable bundles on curves have sections?

Let $$X$$ be a smooth projective curve, and $$E$$ an indecomposable vector bundle on $$X$$ with $$\mathrm{deg} E<0$$. Is it true that $$H^0(X,E)=0$$?

This is true if $$E$$ is a line bundle, which means it is also true whenever $$X$$ is $$\mathbb{P}^1$$, since all vector bundles split here.

It is also true by results of Atiyah if $$X$$ is an elliptic curve. What about for curves of higher genus?

The assumption that $$E$$ is indecomposable is of course necessary.

when using material design guidelines do you use exact heights for sections?

My question is if everything is suppose to be in 4px or 8px increments does that mean even the height of sections or containers? For instance if you wanted to have a section that filled the viewport you would set that section to 100vh. However that would break the baseline grid. I’m just confused because some of the guidelines seem to be counterproductive to responsive design. For instance setting an exact container / section height would mean resizing them all at specific breakpoints.

Question about homogenous localisation of ring of sections of a line bundle

I recently asked this question here on stackexchange and haven’t received any answers yet. The question is specifically about the map 27.17.1.1 here. Does this map come from a universal property? If so, what universal property? It is localisation for graded modules, or localisation for ordinary modules or what? The map seems easy enough to define, but I’d much rather be able to obtain it cleanly via a universal property.

Is there a way to link to highlighted sections in a Google Doc?

I have a large document that has multiple highlighted sections. The highlights are color coded such that all blue highlights belong to one topic, while green highlights belong to another topic, etc. I would like to create an outline or table of contents that groups highlighted text by its color and links to it. So, for example, I’d like it to have a section for green highlights, and have links to all the sections in the text that are highlighted in green. Then another section for the blue highlights. And so on.

The problem is that the different highlights aren’t in order and are scattered throughout the text – e.g. one page might have a blue highlight, then a green highlight, then another blue highlight. So the outline function isn’t working for me as I can’t change the order of the items and therefore can’t group them.

Does anyone know of any way to do this? Not sure if it’s possible but would appreciate any help. Thanks!