Visible Div Disappears When Clicking On Second Div
Aug 10, 2011
After much searching and head-scratching (JS is not my forte!), I adapted some code to do what I want - well, almost! So here I am back again. I need to have three divs on a page, with each separate div changing onClick. Below is the code so far.
1) when I open it in a browser window both divs show, then the one disappears when I click on the second div leaving only the numbers. How can I change it so that both divs remain open?
2) Instead of the numbers , , etc. to change the divs, I'd like to have to just click on one single 'click here for more' to display the next div then return to the first after the last one. Can this be integrated or is it too late?
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Since the site is local only, I posted up a sample on my JSfiddle account.
This one, which I also found on google, did what I wanted, but without the smooth slide animation. - [url]
When you then click on one of the H3's, it kicks into action and works great!
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