create textbox dynamically

I have created a dynamic tree menu and i have placed a checkbox in each levelitem.how to create a textbox while the checkbox of  a levelitem is checked(the textbox should be placed near the levelitem)?
lwordAsked:
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Oliver_DornaufCommented:
This could be done with javascript. (give http://itangersjack.com/help/CreateText.htm a try)
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_the_mars_Commented:
Assuming your tree is build of <li> tags

// define click handler
function LiChange (e)
{
    // identify who sent this event
    if (e && e.target) {
        // Mozilla browsers
        myTarget = e.target;
    } else {
        // Internet Explorer
        myTarget = this;
        if (event) {
            e = event;
        }
    }
    // delete existing textareas below myTarget
    myTextareas = myTarget.getElementsByTagName('TEXTAREA');
    for (i = 0; i < myTextareas.length; i++) {
        myTextareas.item(i).parentNode.removeChild(myTextareas.item(i));
    }
    if (myTarget.checked) {
        // create textarea
        myText = document.createElement('TEXTAREA');
        // set name to name of target and append some text
        myText.name = myTarget.name + '_text';
        myTarget.appendChild(myText);
    }
}

// attach onchange handler dynamically; so you do not need to set an onchange handler in your HTML code
myLis = document.getElementsByTagName('LI');
for (i = 0; i < myLis.length; i++) {
    myLi = myLis.item(i);
    myLi.onchange = LiChange;
}
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