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Posted on 2010-08-23
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hi,
I am using mootool and  i have the following css

#social_wrapper {
      z-index: 10;
      position: absolute;
      top: 27px;
      right: 0;
      visibility: hidden;
}

and i want to remove the visibility when onclick
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Question by:bcv2010
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by:Snarfles
ID: 33501302
Is it not a case of simply removing the line?

or change it to

visibility: visible;

If not I dont understand the question.
#social_wrapper {
      z-index: 10;
      position: absolute;
      top: 27px;
      right: 0;
}

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by:CCSOFlag
ID: 33501858
Add this to your onclick javascript in the element in question:
onclick = "this.style.visibility = 'hidden';"

I Can't help to mention tho, what are you trying to achieve?  visibility still leaves the space there just can't see it.

Most of the time I will use display = none.  This will removed the entire element from the page.  So it would look like this:

onclick = "this.style.display = 'none';"

also if it's not the clicked element you want to go away you'll need to use this:
onclick = "document.getElementById('<element name>').style.display = 'none';"
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by:bcv2010
ID: 33504309
sorry. suppose the script should use mootool to remove the css attribute.. i have done that in JQuery but unfortunately the site i am wrking on is using mootool...  

bsically i want to hide the div having id =social_wrapper. Onload page it will hide the panel havng id=social_wrapper . when onclik [ in mootool it is click function () ....   ] ....

hope this clarify the question
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CCSOFlag earned 150 total points
ID: 33504593
try this out:
 
window.addEvent(‘domready’,function(){
Element.extend(     //Implement the following functions in every  element existent in the webpage
         {
             show:function(e){
           
             this.setStyle(‘display’,'block’);
           
             },
             hide:function(e){  
             this.setStyle(‘display’,'none’);
           
             }
         }
         );
});


<span onclick=”$(‘<element>’).hide();”>Hide</span>
<span onclick=”$(‘<element>’).show();”>show</span>

From this site:
http://www.sanjeevshrestha.com.np/2009/04/simple-show-hide-with-mootools/

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by:bcv2010
ID: 33753625
don;t have time to test on the solutions, therefore accept it as the reference
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