AJAX Accordion control -- Need to expand all pan in same pageload

Posted on 2009-04-30
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

   I am using Accordion control for my Menu. Basically it use to be expand only one pan at a time but i want all the available pans to be expand in page load. Can any one help me on this?
Question by:alagurjan
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    The accordian is only meant to have one panel open at a time.  I have quickly searched another forum and found a link that may be of use.  Basically it is for a collapsiblePanel,
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    Hi alagurjan,

    Did you find a soluction or am I correct in what I say?
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    Sorry for the delay replay... i am out of my office fore last few weeks

    Thx for the replay and i try ed to get with accordian control. But i have done with Treeview control then


    Thanks for the replays.

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