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#1 karen   User is offline

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show/hide text area

Posted 04 November 2005 - 04:11 AM

maybe somebody can help me??

I have a textarea along with an instruction to the user that I want to appear when the user clicks the "disagree" option button.

Here's my code so far:

<input type=radio name=mytest value=mytest2 onfocus='document.getElementById("myarea").style.visibility = "hidden";'> I agree </input><br>

<input type=radio name=mytest value=mytest3 onclick='document.getElementById("myarea").style.visibility = "visible";'> I disagree </input><br>

<textarea id=myarea Style = "visibility:hidden" > Please us why? </textarea>

The textarea appears/disappears nicely depending on which button is clicked...

But my problem is I want the "please tell us why" instruction to appear and disappear with the textarea but cannot figure out how to do this....

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#10 skyhawk133   User is offline

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Re: show/hide text area

Posted 04 November 2005 - 08:16 AM

I assume you want "Please tell us why?" as a label, not text inside the text area.

I would suggest putting a div around the text and text area.

Something like this:
<div id="myarea" style="visibility:hidden">[text area and label here]</div>

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Re: show/hide text area

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