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I love the quality of the information at this place, but I haven't been able to find any solutions at the moment anywhere. So... here it is.
I have a containment issue with my show hide div. Like in another post I read I have the first line of text in the table show, then the rest of the paragraph I have stuck in my showHide div. The showhide works, but for some reason, when the div shows, it breaks out of the table and overlaps it. How do I get it to push down the table and make more room to fit?
Thanks! just tried it and it works! I have a similar problem with a floating, toplevel div (has highest zindex). I am trying ot put an expand and collapse in that too. The height and width has to be set to give it its shape though. Is there a way do the expand and contract? I would assume its like on some navigation boxes... ??
Here is my box. I need both the div class="left" and div class="out" to expand the same amount, lets say 150px, when I click show/hide. I know you can't reference it by class. Could I reference it by DOM ancestry of som kind? or should I create a an I called "leftout" then just reference both? I need the most flexibility... Thanks for the quick replies!
<div id="left" class="left">
<div class="out" onClick="BringToFront('left'); return false;">
<div class="hd" onClick="BringToFront('left'); return false;">Target Specific Amenities or Features</div>
<div class="in" onClick="BringToFront('left'); return false;">
<div class="showHide" onclick="showHide('extraop');">Show/Hide </div><br />
<div id="extraop" >
Price: give priority to hotels with<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="price" class="mopts" /> lowest rates<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="price" class="mopts" /> modest rates<br />
Quality: give priority to hotels with<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="quality" class="mopts" /> highest star rating<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="quality" class="mopts" /> modest star rating<br />
Value: give priority to hotels with<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="value" class="mopts" /> deals and special offers<br />
<input type="checkbox" name="value" class="mopts" /> best value for the money<br />