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Show and Hide 2 or more divs using Jquery on a radio button selection

Hi Experts,

I want to show and hide 2 more divs based on radio button selections using jquery

I download the lastest jquery.js file (v1.4.4) and included in the head tag

here is what I am trying to do

first: I have a radio button like
<input type="radio" id="mono" name="Product_Attributes[&mvt:attr:pos;]:value" value="&mvt:option:code;" CHECKED>&mvt:option:prompt;

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now I am using the input id="mono" in the javascript like below to show or hide my first div called showmono

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
$('input[id=mono]').click(function() {
    if($(this).val() == "No") {
        $('#showmono').hide();
    } else {
        $('#showmono').show();
    }
});
</script>

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but when i run it and select yes , the showmono div does not show up

second: based on step 1 selection, I have one more radio button with four options inside the div showmono
which are as follows
<input type="radio" id="mono" name="Product_Attributes[&mvt:attr:pos;]:value" value="&mvt:option:code;" CHECKED>&mvt:option:prompt;

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and its corrosponding script is
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
$('input[id=mono]').click(function() {
    if($(this).val() == "01" || "02") {
        $('#showblocktextbox').show();
		$('#showscripttextbox').hide();
    } else if(($(this).val() == "03" || "04"){ 
	     $('#showscripttextbox').show();
		 $('#showblocktextbox').hide();
    } else {
	      $('#showscripttextbox').hide();
		 $('#showblocktextbox').hide();
    }
	   
});
</script>

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How can I achieve this ,any help is appreciated it
Thanks


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Justin MathewsCommented:
You should not have multiple radio buttons with the same id i.e. 'mono'. Try to give unique ids to the buttons. To select the second set of radio buttons together give them the same class. Also change your code as (replace id with the class, say, radio2):


$('.radio2').click(function() {
    if($(this).val() == "01" || $(this).val() == "02") {
        $('#showblocktextbox').show();
		$('#showscripttextbox').hide();
    } else if(($(this).val() == "03" || $(this).val() == "04"){ 
	     $('#showscripttextbox').show();
		 $('#showblocktextbox').hide();
    } else {
	      $('#showscripttextbox').hide();
		 $('#showblocktextbox').hide();
    }
	   
});

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niceoneishereAuthor Commented:
Thanks for replying I  have changed the step one code to a checkbox and here is my new code
<script  type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function(){
		
		//Hide div w/id monoradio
	   $("#monoradio").css("display","none");

		// Add onclick handler to checkbox w/id checkme
	   $("#checkme").click(function(){
		
		// If checked
		if ($("#checkme").is(":checked"))
		{
			//show the hidden div
			$("#monoradio").show("fast");
		}
		else
		{	   
			//otherwise, hide it 
			$("#monoradio").hide("fast");
		}
	  });
	
		});


</script>

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the code now works when check the checkbox, it shows the div but when i uncheck its not hiding the div

Thanks



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Justin MathewsCommented:
If you just want to toggle between checked and not checked statuses, a checkbox would be more appropriate than a radio button because browser will automatically toggle the status on each click. For radio buttons it won't do that automatically. Radio buttons are suitable when you want to select one option from a number of options.
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niceoneishereAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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