If you do it, do it Béton!
This looks very cool, but I want to make sure I understand what your plug-in does. It's a new tab interface, NOT the calendar grid, right? Because I found that pretty interesting just by itself. :-)Thanks,Stew
It's a new tab interface used when you want to navigate through your page regions.
Have you also tried to use the new "Sub Region" feature? Demonstrated in my Plug-in Sample application on page 22.The advantage is that you actually see the hierarchy of the regions and don't have to rely on linking them with attribute values. If you want to parameterize the jQueryUI Tabs, you can still create a region plug-in to generate the jQuery(xx).tabs(yyy); which uses some settings. But the actual region would be generated by the template.BTW, be always aware that the plug-in can be used multiple times on a page, don't use hard coded DOM-Ids like the #main.RegardsPatrick
Looks like a nice Plugin. You can register it at www.apex-plugin.com and link to yor blog or website. Kind Regards
Looks great!Patrick I cannot find the example you speak of..maybe its been removed? If you see this perhaps you could post the link as I would be interested to see other options. The solution on this page looks great however.
Hi,have a look at the following OTN forum posting. New themes in APEX 4 not working with JQuery tabs.RegardsPatrick
I tried the plugin - when I add it to APEX, I get the error1 error has occurredORA-06550: line 14, column 17: PLS-00302: component 'DEBUG_REGION' must be declared ORA-06550: line 14, column 5: PL/SQL: Statement ignoredCan you please let me know whats wrongThanks
Hi,Sorry, this plugin is obsolete, it was a proof of concept for APEX 4.0 Early Adopter 1.Instead, try to create a region "Region Display Selector", it's built-in.Thanks for your interest in my blog! :)
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