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Posted on 2007-04-05
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Is there a way to use a TreeView to do a nifty collapsable page, like so:

<asp:TreeView ID="treeMainMenu" runat="Server" ExpandDepth="0" NodeIndent="5">
    <LeafNodeStyle CssClass="lnkBlueBold clsNinetyPercentFont clsUnderline" ChildNodesPadding="1" />
    <ParentNodeStyle CssClass="lnkRedBold clsNinetyFivePercentFont" />
    <SelectedNodeStyle CssClass="lnkBlueBold clsNinetyPercentFont" />
    <RootNodeStyle CssClass="lnkBlackBold" />
    <Nodes>
        <asp:TreeNode Text="Process" SelectAction="Expand">
            <asp:TreeNode Value="T01">
                <div>buncha content here</div>
                <div>buncha content here</div>
                <div>buncha content here</div>
            </asp:TreeNode>
            <asp:TreeNode Value="T02">
                <div>buncha content here</div>
                <div>buncha content here</div>
                <div>buncha content here</div>
            </asp:TreeNode>
        </asp:TreeNode>
    </Nodes>
</asp:TreeView>
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Question by:Paul Kahl
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want you want is an accordion, not a treeview.
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as far as i know, the asp:treeview control would not work the way you're asking. if you don't want to get into javascript or ajax, you can still do a postback accordion using asp:panel controls and views. it's just harder that way. the MS ajax CTP from www.asp.net/ajax has an accordion control that does what you want.
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by:Paul Kahl
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So a set of nested asp:Panel sets controlled in code-behind, basically, doing postbacks. Or some javascript and CSS, and a nice chunk of Divs.

Is there any nice documentation on accordion methodology out there?
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