Inside Technique : Steve's Behaviors : bubble Behavior
The bubble behavior makes it easy to toggle the display of elements. In Internet Explorer 5.0,
you can expand and collapse the outline below. In all other browser, the list is displayed completely expanded, and the behavior is ignored.
- Heading 1
- Sub Heading A
- Sub Heading B
- Heading 2
- Sub Heading I
- Sub Heading II
This is the BUBBLE.htc behavior. It supports the following properties: targetID, the ID of the object you want shown/hidden, startHidden, automatically hides the targetID when the document loads, and group, to group multiple elements so only one of the element's targetID is shown. The method, bubblo(), on the element is used to manually toggle the display. When the user clicks on the element, this method is automatically called.