Collapse/Expand Button: The div to be expanded partially open (giving a preview in essence). After the button is pressed then the div would expand to show the entire contents (with a nice fade effect). If you chose to collapse the div then it would return to the original offset (preview) height. I've found a plethora of these scripts that fully expand or collapse, but not like this.
My intent is to be able to expand/collapse multiple tables individually, and all at once. My current implementation allows for the "individual", but not the "all at once" functionality, because the current code I'm using just toggles. code:
Basically I want my link to expand the .eventbody for the particular .event and there could be an unlimited number of .events. I'm not sure how to go about achieving this. I've already got a script that toggles the display(block or none) for a DIV, but it relies on a specific DIV ID.
Is there a way to make all this code dynamic? Maybe make the ID dynamic or a different way other than document.getElementById? Code:
I want to add a + - for collapse and expand all. I would prefer to have them change accordingly but it isn't necessary.
Default expand one, expand all, expand nothing is loaded from a cookie. If not available, expand all will be executed.
If you click on an icon an event goes which does 3 things: changes the event of the image in the browser (so open_all becomes open_one, this is how I make it switch).adds style="display: none;" to the other element and makes this one visible.saves the new state to a cookie. Code:
I have some server-side code that creates a table from a database query. The basic idea is that there are group leaders and each leader has one or more members. I created the ID dynamically from the query.
When a user clicks the button next to a group leader, the members should hide or show, opposite of current display. Code:
I've done a script where a paragraph expands when the expand button is clicked (plus.gif) and contracts when the same button is clicked again. Only problem is I want the icon to change to a minus icon (minus.gif) once it the paragraph has expanded. I'll obviously need to include this in the script, however I'm not sure how to go about it. Collapsed: [URL] Expanded: [URL]
I've created the following page: [URL]. When you click on the "More" or "Close" links to expand and collapse the grey content boxes they start to impact the layout - try clicking them a couple of times to see. I've tried heaps of combinations but can't figure this out. Something must be adversely affecting the DOM.
I used the script from this website to create an expanding and collapsing sitemap bar at the bottom of my page. What I can't find is a solution to the menu expanding up over the content instead of expanding downwards.
I have a button that I want to be able to click on and for it to change to another image and also slide out a text panel and then when clicked the text panel slides back in and the button returns to its original state.
The code that i have found and adapted is below. So far I have it working to click on the button to expand but then I can only make it click on the panel to close not the actual button.
I'm looking for an expanding/collapsing tree directory type of navigation and was wondering if someone knows of a good one that's out there and available.
What I'm specifically looking for is one that is triggered on the click of a *graphic* that toggles the show/hide. Each text nav item should be hyperlinkable to it's own link/page. So for example (the + and - are the collapse/expand graphics, the dot leader is for some formatting) [code]...