Paul Sorry, I was thinking of the toggle event api. Can someone please post code that can solve the real issue.
JS Reference. Simply put, I click another button and only the div linked to it is displayed while the others disappear. I have multiple divs and I want to display one at a time as the rest are hidden. IMHO there is a method missing in jQuery that could be called "unhide" or "reveal" which instead of just setting another inline style property unsets the display value properly as described above.
Permalink to comment July 1, 2012. This will ensure that the element is not displayed when the page is loaded and only requires a single click to toggle it on.
I would appreciate any help. Max, I was able to attain the results you prescribed by simply adding a display: Good idea to show the toggle function.
I was wondering weather ther is a way of hiding the Content in the Div and opening it by clicking the anchor,rather than haveing it opne at the beginning and needing to click it tio close.
Why does this need 2 clicks?
Instead you can have a CSS class like the following one: What if it an inline element or is set to inline-block? Permalink to comment October 3, 2018. Permalink to comment November 21, 2016.
HOW TO. The same effect you get with drop-down menus and accordions. And if you need help with your third paragraph, I suggest you look up inheritance and nesting.
Permalink to comment June 29, 2014. I am not sure if this is making any sense. Beedjees Beedjees 109 1 1. Providing help in hacking ATM!