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Div or Span with Visibility or display

Posted on 2000-04-17
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I want to switch between two controls.

one is a select option and the other is text.
I the user click on a button it should hide the text and show the select option for the user to select something from.  But I want it to be on one row.

Ex.

if this 'x' is the text then I want to show 'y' for the select option to be displayed on top of x (hiding or disabling x)?

Also, which of the combination works with doing something like this between the div/span with visibility or display styles

Using IE 4 and 5
Thanks
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Question by:eric07
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ManoloMA earned 20 total points
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May be with this:

<SCRIPT>
function disapear(){
 x.style.display = 'none';
 y.style.display = 'block';
}
</SCRIPT>

<INPUT type="text" id="x">
<SELECT STYLE="display: none" id="y">

<option> ..... </option>

</SELECT>

<INPUT TYPE="button" value="View Select" onclick="disapear()">
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by:eric07
ID: 2729529
Thanks allot.
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