My CEWP JQuery code to play flash files in a Modal

I have Flash files in a Document Library. I wanted to have users click the flash files (swf) and have them open up in a hidden div, rather than opening in a different window. I added the code below to a CEWP:

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://jquery.thewikies.com/swfobject/jquery.swfobject.1-1-1.min.js"></script>
<script>
$(document).ready(function() {
//
$("#popupclose").click(function () {
	$("#popup").Hide();
	$('.media').flash().remove();
	return false;
});
//
$("a[href*='\.swf']").each(function(){
	this.onclick = function(){
	var filetoopen = $(this).attr("href");
	$("#popup").Show;
	$('.media').flash({swf:filetoopen,height:600,width:1000});
	return false;
	};
}); 
//
});
</script>
<style type="text/css">
#popup{  
 display:none;    
 position:absolute;  
 top: 10px; 
 left: 10px;
 background:#FFFFFF;  
 border:2px solid #cecece;  
 z-index:2;  
 font-size:12px;
 }   
</style>
<div id="popup">  
  <a id="popupclose" href="javascript:void()">close</a>
<br/>
  <div class="media" style="vertical-align:top;"></div>
</div>

Simple vbscript (HTA) to install fonts via SCCM

We have a group of users that need the ability to install fonts (.ttf and .otf). They are not administrators for their machines, so we usually go down there and install the fonts using runas. Since advertised SCCM programs can run as system, I can write a script to copy the fonts into the fonts directory. If I mark the package as allow user to intereact and run as administrator, the script will pop for the user to pick the fonts they want to install. Here is my hta code that runs once a button is clicked:

	Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
	Set objFolder = objShell.BrowseForFolder (0, "Install Fonts From (Source):", (0))
	If objFolder Is Nothing Then
		window.close
	Else
		Set objFolderItem = objFolder.Self
		objPath = objFolderItem.Path
	End If

	Set objFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
	Set objFolder = objFso.GetFolder(objPath)
	bolGotFonts = False
	For each objFile in objFolder.Files
		If objFolder.Files.Count > 0 Then
		  If lcase(objFso.GetExtensionName(objFile.Path))="ttf" OR lcase(objFso.GetExtensionName(objFile.Path))="otf" then
			bolGotFonts = True
			DataArea.InnerHTML = DataArea.InnerHTML & "<input type=""checkbox"" name=""" & objFile.Path & """>" & objFile.Path & "</input><br/>"
		  End if
		End If
	Next
	if bolGotFonts Then DataArea.InnerHTML = DataArea.InnerHTML & "<br/><input id=runbutton  class=""button"" type=""button"" value=""Install Font"" name=""run_button""

This code will popup a browse dialog and put the filenames found in the select directory into the HTA’s DataArea.innerHTML (DataArea is just a <div>) with a checkbox and button to initiate the copy of the files:

SUB InstallFont
    DIM colChkElem, strDriveName, objChkBox
    SET colChkElem = window.document.getElementsByTagName("input")
    FOR EACH objChkBox IN colChkElem
        IF objChkBox.Type = "checkbox" THEN
            IF objChkBox.checked THEN
                strFileName = objChkBox.name
                Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
                Set objFolder = objShell.Namespace(FONTS)
                objFolder.CopyHere strFileName
            END IF
        END IF
    NEXT
    DataArea.InnerHTML = ""
END SUB

Seems to work!

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Hide a field in a SharePoint edit form based on other values

We have a form (list) that we want to have everyone edit and give comments. Once everyone has edited the item, we want an “overall status” field to trigger a workflow (send extended email). Be we did not want the overall status to be changed until everyone has chimed in. To achieve this, we created a list and there was a dropdown with everyone’s name to Approve the item. The default of the dropdown was “Pending”. I used the jquery below to hide the “overall status” until there were no dropdowns that said “Pending”

$('select :selected').each(function(){
if($(this).text() == "Pending") {
$('tr:has(input[title=Overall Status])').not('tr:has(tr)').hide();
};
});

The hide code is code that Paul Galvin published here.
jquery is cool.

How to make a field in a SharePoint Edit form readonly

Paul Galvin showed how to hide a field in a SharePoint. I wanted to use this code to make a field “read only” once a from has been submitted. Forgetting about DataSheet view (for now), we can put a Content Editor Webpart on the top of the EditFrom.aspx page (to add a CEWP to the top of the edit from, append the URL to this ->¬†EditForm.aspx?ToolPaneView=2) and include his code:

$('tr:has(input[title=Disclaimer])').not('tr:has(tr)').hide();

This will hide the filed based on the Column Name (Disclaimer). Taking this a step further, we can get the selected value (a drop down box in this case), and append a column after the hidden column with some formatting, a column name and the selected value. Effectively making the column readonly.

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(){
$('tr:has(select[title=Disclaimer])').not('tr:has(tr)').hide();
$('tr:has(select[title=Disclaimer])').not('tr:has(tr)').append( '<tr><td nowrap="true" valign="top" width="190px" class="ms-formlabel"><H3 class="ms-standardheader">Disclaimer Accepted:</H3></TD><td valign="top" class="ms-formbody" width="400px">'+$('select[title=Disclaimer] :selected').text()+'</td></tr>');
});
</script>

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