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Is there still custom CSS and Javascript in new Responsive Nintex Forms?

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Is there still custom CSS and Javascript in new Responsive Nintex Forms coming out?

We just javascript to do things like "tabbed" forms, or queries to large data sets in CSVs

And all kinds of CSS for changing look and feel

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Re: Is there still custom CSS and Javascript in new Responsive Nintex Forms?

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Hello,

in a show in Paris in june they said no css and javascript in v1 of responsive form

css will be in a v2

no javascript for the moment

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Re: Is there still custom CSS and Javascript in new Responsive Nintex Forms?

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Hi ‌,

We dont have any plans to add CSS to the responsive designer. We are considering further style options based on customer feedback.

Cheers,

Euan

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HI Brent,

as you know you can still have the Pixel Perfect Forms where CSS and Java scripts are supported.

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Is there a thought/plan to eventually support JavaScript?  Or is it not even on the radar?

Is there an end of life for the Pixel Perfect ones?  Or will they be supported indefinitely?

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Hi ‌,

JavaScript is not planned for Responsive Forms. You can still continue to use JavaScript in Classic forms, however Nintex does not support custom JavaScript.

We are still supporting Classic Forms and there is no end of life for this designer.

Regards,

Euan

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Thanks, biggest gap I have left then is large datasets, being able to do some kind of "lookup" to something like Customers or Products would be the biggest value add.  Managed Metadata is a start but super hard to maintain and doesnt work in mobile.  Otherwise, i'm quite happy with how I've been able to convert existing solutions into the new Responsive form, and dont really miss the CSS that much.

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Hi Brent Ellis‌,

Yep I hear that request loud and clear. I am getting this request from quite a few people and am currently considering what our options are in this space.

Cheers,

Euan 

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I am trying to place some custom css on a responsive form for the print to pdf action.  Since custom css is not allowed on responsive forms I won't be able to change the print to pdf significantly enough so that I get a good print out.  I am forced to use classic forms.  Responsive forms don't seem to be of much use unless you just want to create a very basic form and you have no need to print it.

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I just found a quick fix to hide the Edit button when using Nintex Responsive Form (no sure if works on the later New Responsive Form).

 

Nintex removed the option to include CSS scripts in the Responsive Form therefore making it difficult to customize elements and controls inside the form. However, for this need, you should now be able to hide ribbon elements in the responsive forms for Sharepoint Online.

 

Here are the steps, Pretty simple.


1. Use a label Control, go to Settings and click on the html icon to bring the html editor.

2. Paste the following CSS script: <style type="text/css">#RibbonEditButton.nCAF-library-ribbon-button { display: none !important; } </style>

3. Publish the form and you should see the Edit Button is not showing anymore.custom css to hide nintex edit ribbon button responsive form.png

 

So, by adding your custom CSS script inside the html content of the label control, you should be good. Of course, everyone has different needs, but you can give it a try! 

 

Now, for us this works perfect in situations where we don't want to allow users to edit content but still be able to view it.

If they need to edit, we provide with the Edit option as you see in the image below.

 

We use a dashboard page where each person can take different types of actions. We filter items so those that might require edits, are shown on chart 1 and once edits are made and move along in the process, we don't what people to be able to edit them chart 2custom css to hide nintex edit ribbon button.png

 

Share your Kudos if this has helped you! > Thanks! Smiley Happy
@jhonser 

 

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