how to make visible a tr inside a tbody with a display:none

Posted on 2011-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-06-27

Hi Experts!

I have the following problem. I have the following code

    <tbody style="display:none;">
       [b]   <tr><td>R</td></tr>[/b]


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I would like to be able to show the bold line in the code keeping the others hidden. A solution with inserting another tbody containing only that row can not be implemented due to other page requirements.

Thank you!
Question by:dlcnet
    LVL 39

    Accepted Solution

    It is not possible to do in same tbody as if tboday is invisible all the contetnts inside it must be invisible

    you need to insert nother tbody with only that row
    LVL 9

    Assisted Solution

    by:Roman Gherman
    This is the only solution:

              <tr style="display:none;"><td>A</td></tr>
              <tr style="display:none;"><td>B</td></tr>
              <tr style="display:none;"><td>C</td></tr>
              <tr style="display:none;"><td>D</td></tr>

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