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You’d think that just calling ScriptManager.RegisterClientScriptBlock(this, typeof(Page), DateTime.Now.ToString(), “$find(‘cpe1’)._doOpen();”, true); would work. Essentially, the href should be using the $target variable and data-target should just be entirely removed. To control (show/hide) the collapsible content, add the data-toggle=”collapse” attribute to an or a element.
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Each of the 3 panels has a container div with the class expandable-panel and unique ID specified by âcp-1â, âcp-2â etc, which the jQuery references. As long as the 2-level, 3-container structure is in place, you can use any block-level element to create the widget: The div tags in the example are flexible and can contain other block-level elements. O Parameters â (Optional) Sys.UI.DomEvent eventObj. Â¢ raiseCollapsing(Sys.CancelEventArgs) â Raises the collapsing event. There are quite a few posts about the collapsible panel here (some are my own), and I did a good amount of going through those, but they didn’t seem to address my problem.
My overall choices for the design of the XPPanel components were nearly identical to 90% of similar implementations. A style plugin for panels.Adds a style for panel panes to make them collapsible.Panes set to this style are expanded by default.
Their expanded position to their collapsed position and vice versa. The following example changes the open/close text and icon when opening and closing the collapsible content: Or you can use CSS: , , , , , and . The class is automatically removed when the mouse leaves the tab. .CollapsiblePanelOpen Spry adds this class to the widget’s top-level element when the panel’s content area is visible. .CollapsiblePanelClosed Spry adds this class to the widget’s top-level element when the panel’s content area is closed .CollapsiblePanelFocused Spry adds this class to the widget’s top-level element when the widget has keyboard focus. It is working perfectly until i try to collapse it by code.