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Anonymous
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Hide Date Field in Power Portal Web Form

Hey, I was configuring a way to hide a field and it worked on text field, however when I applied that to date field it didn't work. I've tried the usual hide and the one that destroys the datepicker but still none of them works. Is there any way to do that? Thank you in advance!

The snippets I've tried:

$(function () {
 $( "#cr898_AvaibilityDate").closest("td").hide();
});

and this 

$(function () {
    var $ava = $("#cr898_Availibility");
    $( "#cr898_AvaibilityDate" ).datepicker();
    $ava.change(function () {
        if ($ava.val() === "385140002") { // use actual option set value for 'Other...'
            $("#cr898_AvaibilityDate").prop("readonly", false);
        } else {
            $( "#cr898_AvaibilityDate" ).datepicker( "destroy" );
            $( "#cr898_AvaibilityDate" ).hide();
        }
    }).change();
});
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OliverRodrigues
Super User
Super User

Hi

where are you placing your JS? did you put it within a $(document).ready statement?

make sure to add 

this is the code I normally use for hiding fields, but your one should also work

 

$(document).ready(function(){

    $("#birthdate").closest("td").find("div.control, div.info").hide(); // show();
});

 

for this kind of logic I normally like adding the JS against my entity form / web form step

 

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OliverRodrigues
Super User
Super User

Hi

where are you placing your JS? did you put it within a $(document).ready statement?

make sure to add 

this is the code I normally use for hiding fields, but your one should also work

 

$(document).ready(function(){

    $("#birthdate").closest("td").find("div.control, div.info").hide(); // show();
});

 

for this kind of logic I normally like adding the JS against my entity form / web form step

 

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Oliver Rodrigues


 

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Anonymous
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Thank you, @OliverRodrigues   I've tried this but it still doesn't work. Did I miss something?
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justinburch
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi @Anonymous,

Just to be safe here, you have #cr898_Availability and #cr898_AvaibilityDate - should it be #cr898_AvailabilityDate? If that's actually the schema, then no worries.

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