JQUERY Toggle Div Issue

Posted on 2014-02-07
Last Modified: 2014-02-07
I am trying to toggle one div, but the collapse keeps coming up short due to a div to the right. How do I get the div to collapse all the way to the top. I am using the gumby framework as well. So what I'm looking for is for the "1. Shipping Information" div to collapse up and the "2. Billing Information" div below it to rise up to be just underneath the collapsed "Shipping Information" div, but the "Checkout Progress" div to the right gets in the way and the "2. Billing Information" stops right below that. Here is the general code:

<div class="row">
    	<div class="nine columns">
    		<div id="shipdiv">
    			Shipping Information Content
    	<div class="three columns">
    			Checkout Progress Content
    <div class="row">
    	<div class="nine columns">
    		<div id="billdiv">
    			Billing Information Content
    	<div class="three columns">
    			Blank Content

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    $( "#hide-ship" ).click(function() {
    $( "#shipdiv" ).toggle( "slow" );
    $( "#billdiv" ).toggle( "slow" );


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Question by:seeraig
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Gary earned 500 total points
ID: 39843475
Because you have the shipping and side bar in their own row and the billing in another row.
Just move the billing bits inside the same row under shipping.;

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ID: 39843556
thanks, that worked, simple, just missed it.

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