[ic] Collapsible Vertical Category Toggles

Tito unix4linux at tampabay.rr.com
Thu Sep 22 11:30:27 EDT 2005


What if I want to use my own toggle switch open/close buttons.  For 
example, If I want to create instead of a plus (+) or minus (-) a dot 
that is color coded.  Green dot to open toggle switch and red dot to 
close a toggle switch?  In the value field it says to insert "Image to 
use for closing a category, leave blank to leave default -"  So if I 
want to use my dots what would I enter in the value field so that it 
knows I want to use my dots?  There is a place where u specify the image 
directory so it knows where the image of the dots are but I wouldn't 
know what to put as a value...perhaps this could be something i should 
do instead..

Gert van der Spoel wrote:

> Tito writes:
>> Hello All,
>> On my page I have set my category list to be collapsible.  This is 
>> exactly what I want but the only thing I don't like is that it shows 
>> a plus and minus (+, -) next to each category to let people know that 
>> the category is collapsible.  Is there a way to remove those +'s and 
>> -'s?  I prefer to have none but still keep it collapsible.  In the UI 
>> for Admin if you select Collapsible for your category there is a 
>> field that says "leave blank to use default + or -".  So there is no 
>> way for me to get rid of it.  If I leave it blank it inserts the 
>> default which is + or -.  It pretty much doesn't give me a choice.  
>> It's either leave default to use it or put something in the field to 
>> use my own toggle open switch or toggle close switch.
>> Is there a way for me to be able to not use anything and still leave 
>> it collapsible?
> Don't have possibility to test atm, but have you tried:
> - putting    (non breaking space)
> - making it an img src which is actually a blank image?
> CU,
> Gert
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