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Toggle row show & hide by clicking on image

Posted on 2013-06-23
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Last Modified: 2013-06-23
I have the following code work fine when I click on the on the row and the row below shows or hides. But I would like to change to when the user clicks on the div tag with the arrow class instead.

You can see a working demo of this at http://www.afthab.co.uk/test/

This is the jquery code that currently toggles row show and hide
        $("#table_id tr:odd").addClass("master");
        $("#table_id tr:not(.master)").hide();
        $("#table_id tr:first-child").show();
        $("#table_id tr.master").click(function(){
        }); //#table_id tr.master

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And I have attached the 2 files that contain main code.

Thank you for any help in advance.
Question by:ACEAFTY
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Sorry did not got your question.
Do you mean to say if you click on arrow symbol then and then only toggle should take place right?
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Thanks that worked perfectly.

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