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Posted on 2011-09-17
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Hello,

I need sections of my page visible on load, if the corresponding checkbox is selected. My javascript file currently looks like --

window.onload = function resettoggle() {
var e = document.getElementById('ULSpecialDescriptionTGI');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('ULSpecialDescriptionPro');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('Pro-Direct-Special-Header');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('TGI-Direct-Special-Header');
e.style.display = 'none';

var e = document.getElementById('TGI-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('TGI-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('PRO-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper');
e.style.display = 'none';
var e = document.getElementById('PRO-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper');
e.style.display = 'none';
}

function toggle_visibility(id) {
var e = document.getElementById(id);
if(e.style.display == 'none')
e.style.display = '';
else
e.style.display = 'none';
}

function Disable_Pro_Special_Carriage(status)
{
if (document.getElementById('procarriagerate').disabled)
document.getElementById('procarriagerate').disabled  = false;
else
document.getElementById('procarriagerate').disabled  = true;
}

function Disable_TGI_Special_Carriage(status)
{
if (document.getElementById('tgicarriagerate').disabled)
document.getElementById('tgicarriagerate').disabled  = false;
else
document.getElementById('tgicarriagerate').disabled  = true;
}


function enable_text(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('normalproprice').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('specialpro').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('procrriageinc').disabled = status;
}

function enable_TGI_text(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('normaltgiprice').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('specialtgi').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('tgicrriageinc').disabled = status;
}


function enable_TGI_Special_Offer(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('displayspecialpricetgi').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('displayspecialdesctgi').disabled = status;

}

function enable_PRO_Special_Offer(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('displayspecialpricepro').disabled = status;
document.getElementById('displayspecialdescpro').disabled = status;

}

function enable_TGI_Special_Price(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('saletgiprice').disabled = status;
}

function enable_PRO_Special_Price(status)
{
status=!status; 
document.getElementById('saleproprice').disabled = status;
}

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These work fine for my new product form, but I'm building an edit product form and currently I have checkboxes like =

<input <%If (CStr((RsEditProduct.Fields.Item("DisplayTGI").Value)) = CStr("Y")) Then Response.Write("checked=""checked""") : Response.Write("")%> name="displaytgi" type="checkbox" id="displaytgi" value="Y" onClick="enable_TGI_text(this.checked);toggle_visibility('TGI-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper');toggle_visibility('TGI-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper')"/>

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What I want to achive is areas are already hidden if checkbox is not selected when the page loads...

I hope this makes sense..

thank you
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Question by:garethtnash
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leakim971 earned 2000 total points
ID: 36554427
>What I want to achive is areas are already hidden if checkbox is not selected when the page loads...

use CSS in head section :
<style type="text/css">
#LSpecialDescriptionTGI, #ULSpecialDescriptionPro, #Pro-Direct-Special-Header, #TGI-Direct-Special-Header, #TGI-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper, #TGI-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper, #PRO-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper, #PRO-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper {
   display:none;
}
</style>

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or set the same class for every wrapper for example : wrappers
<style type="text/css">
.wrappers {
   display:none;
}
</style>

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by:garethtnash
ID: 36911954
Hi LeaKim,

Firstly apologies for the delayed response, I was on leave and far from a PC.

Thank you your solution works a treat, however I have a checkbox at the top of the form that should allow me o toggle visibility....

So what I have done (for test purposes is)

added this in the head section -

<%If (CStr((RsEditProduct.Fields.Item("DisplayTGI").Value)) = CStr("Y")) Then%>
<style type="text/css">
#TGI-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper,
#TGI-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper {
   display:none;
}
</style>
<%End IF%>

added this to the checkbox -

<input <%If (CStr((RsEditProduct.Fields.Item("DisplayTGI").Value)) = CStr("Y")) Then Response.Write("checked=""checked""") : Response.Write("")%> name="displaytgi" type="checkbox" id="displaytgi" value="Y" onClick="enable_TGI_text(this.checked);toggle_visibility('TGI-Direct-Pricing-Wrapper');toggle_visibility('TGI-Direct-Carriage-Wrapper')"/>

And added the following script -

<script>
function toggle_visibility(id) {
var e = document.getElementById(id);
if(e.style.display == 'none')
e.style.display = '';
else
e.style.display = 'none';
}
</script>

I'm actually (in the test) doing the opposite I'm hiding the areas if checkbox = Y and trying to toggle visibility on checkbox change..

Is this possible?

Once again -

Many thanks

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Author Closing Comment

by:garethtnash
ID: 36912172
Sorry for the delay :)
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Expert Comment

by:leakim971
ID: 36912545
no worry, look like you find your second issue, see you later
thanks for the points
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