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Posted on 2009-05-13
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How can I show and hide a DIV tag from the code behind where the DIV is INSIDE a Repeater control?

It's important to note that the DIV is inside the repeater.  I have no problem doing a show/hide from the code behind on a DIV that's OUTSIDE the repeater.  My problem is doing it when it's inside the repeater.  

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Question by:cdemott33
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Case 1 - Hide Client Side w/ JavaScript:

<asp:Repeator .... >
<ItemTemplate>
<div ID="InnerDiv" runat="server" onclick='<%# string.Format("javascriptFunction('{0}')",InnerDiv.ClientID) %>' />
</ItemTemplate></asp:Repeator>

Case 2 - Hide Server Side - Code Behind
<asp:Repeator ID="MyRepeator" OnItemCreated="MyRepeator_ItemCreated" ... >
<ItemTemplate>
<div ID="InnerDiv" runat="server" />
</ItemTemplate
</asp:Repeator>
<%--Code Behind --%>
Sub MyRepeator_ItemCreated(Sender As Object, e As RepeaterItemEventArgs)
//Get a reference to the Div
Control innerDiv = e.Item.FindControl("InnerDiv")

End Sub
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by:cdemott33
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Thank you both for your suggestion.  They were helpful.
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