Type: Posts; User: desiter
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XYZ12345, it is very easy using jQuery...
First take a look at:
Then follow the steps:
give your div an ID attribute
give your toggle link an ID too
Ok, so what you've just done will work only for static content. the jQuery script you are using applies the behaviour only to already existing elements... It means it just search for the matching...
It is possible but only if the iframed page and its parent are loaded from the same domain... otherwise it's not allowed to access the parent form iframe and vice versa.
But let's assume that...
Please explain it more precisely... When the content loaded via ajax is about to be displayed what do you do exactly?
The basic question is when and where do you run a script which applies the...
Give a bit of time - i'll prepare few examples of doing the same in each of mentioned frameworks... In the meantime check the Hello world example - maybe you will see the difference yourself.
First of all it is not a library, it's a foundation framework for object-oriented development. If you need a library - use jQuery, etc. :P
The main advantages are:
- the way you define classes,...
If I understand correctly you are trying to support both:
- and just new window in case no JS support in a browser
I've checked your code...
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