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  • Hi,
    I have a problem with contact form to db that I have not the slightest idea what to do about, maybe someone out there can help.

    I have a shortcode which produces a table with a few columns. The last column contains a picture, and I have found a code snippet that makes the picture show. It goes like this:

    [cfdb-datatable form="Model Registrieren" id="mytable" show="cf7-modelcounter,your-name,vorname,nachname,Bild01"]
    {{AFTER}}
    <script type="text/javascript" language="Javascript">
    (function($) {
        $(document).ready(function() {
            $("#mytable td[title='Bild01'] > div > a").each(function() {
                var href = $(this).attr('href');
                var label = $(this).html();
                var imgTag = '<img height="30" width="30" src="' + href + '" alt="' + label + '" >';
                $(this).parent().html(imgTag);
            })
        });
    })(jQuery);
    </script>
    {{/AFTER}}
    [/cfdb-datatable]

    Works just fine, the picture shows up.
    But there is a big, ugly search fied on top of the table which I want to get rid of. I tried the option “header=”false”, but when I apply that to the shortcode, nothing happens.

    [cfdb-datatable form="Model Registrieren" id="mytable" show="cf7-modelcounter,your-name,vorname,nachname,Bild01" header=”false"]

    Anybody any kind of idea?

    Thanks,
    Evi

    • This topic was modified 5 years, 3 months ago by evileu. Reason: I made a mistake in the explanation
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  • Did you take a look at http://cfdbplugin.com/

    Thread Starter evileu

    (@evileu)

    Thank you, that’s where I got the idea to set header=”false”.

    Only it doesn’t seem to work for me!

    Moderator bcworkz

    (@bcworkz)

    Check your shortcode very closely, in your original post you use a “curly” quote instead of the required “straight” quote. You show ”false" but you need "false" — the opening quote is the issue, the closing one appears to be OK.

    If that fails, perhaps you can hide the undesired portion with a CSS rule. If you can provide a live link to a page with the table and describe exactly what you want gone, someone should be able to provide the exact CSS needed if you cannot determine this yourself.

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