|frumbert on Nov 27, 2001 at 5:50:44 PM||Rating: 4|
This code is quite neat. I've been trying to do something like this myself for a while without success.
One thing I'd like to know is if it's possible to do this to infinitely nested <UL>'s - so that i can expand one level, then then nextm then the next, then the next - etc.
Opening and closing items isn't an issue - there are much better ways to do a list like that.
|PL on Jan 7, 2001 at 7:21:24 AM||No Rating|
But how do change the code so that the previously opened outline item will close when a new one is checked??
|PL on Jan 7, 2001 at 7:19:15 AM||No Rating|
|martinb on Feb 24, 2000 at 7:42:40 AM||Rating: 4|
|Works great! One modification I'd like to make but, haven't been able to quite figure out is -- how to close the previously opened outline item when a new one is checked. This would help when using the outlining list in a fixed area.|
|kramik on Sep 14, 1999 at 1:39:04 PM||Rating: 4|
|Except for the FACT that the URL to this page causes a Netscape 4.5 browser to fail with Java & Class errors, the effect is very nice for IE users.|
|CyBerlin on Jul 27, 1999 at 3:31:32 AM||No Rating|
|Can you be more specific about the workaround for Netscape Navigator with "display:none"? I've tried recasting your sample in a different context, but I can't get it to work. Where in the HTML stream should this JASS appear relative to the SCRIPT and/or the CSS? Do I only need to reference the JASS settings once?|