|Scott Isaacs on Jul 27, 1999 at 8:10:24 AM||No Rating|
|The JASS block should be immediately following the last STYLE block on your page. This block needs to reverse the effect of hiding the elements by setting display back to "block".|
|CyBerlin on Jul 27, 1999 at 3:33:22 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?|
|spags on Jul 19, 1999 at 11:41:22 AM||Rating: 3|
OK, what am I susposed to do to get this to work in netscape??
event is not defined.
|toddm on Jul 16, 1999 at 4:41:05 PM||Rating: 4|
|This is great. How do you do this with images? I want to click on an image or multiple images and have the underlying text expand or collapse.|
|ft1000ab on May 12, 1999 at 3:28:31 AM||Rating: 4|
This doesnt work in NS 4, The headers expand and contract when i use IE5. But all the headers are permanently expanded in NS 4. Apart from that its really useful.
|peterd on May 6, 1999 at 10:15:48 AM||Rating: 5|
er, sorry, duuuuuhhhh! It DOES work OK in IE5
..but I did need to copy the source for the page to get it going in the end.
Anyway - its great - works well with images / buttons as the "activator" for the drop downs too!
|Scott Isaacs on May 6, 1999 at 8:01:08 AM||No Rating|
|What problem are you having in IE5? Runs fine for me (you need to click on the header links, "How is this done?", etc)|
|peterd on May 6, 1999 at 4:23:37 AM||No Rating|
Looks a useful tool, however...
Does this work in IE5?
(hasn't so far for me, but I'm loath to find out why if its a non starter...)
|Dewayne on Apr 14, 1999 at 8:46:39 AM||Rating: 4|
|This is great for showing FAQs on one page and minimizing the user's need to scroll.|
|Sneaker on Mar 1, 1999 at 4:43:16 PM||Rating: 4|
|This doesn't work in NS....|