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Thread: Firefox table issue with Switch Content script

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    Default Firefox table issue with Switch Content script

    1) Script Title: Switch Content

    2) Script URL (on DD):

    3) Describe problem:
    I have a table with 3 columns and 2 rows. I am trying to use the Switch Content script to make the bottom row expand and collapse when a button is pressed. It works exactly as I want it to in Internet Explorer, but in Firefox the whole second row is jammed into the first column.

    Go here to see it in action:
    (make sure you look at it in both IE and Firefox to see the difference)

    The part where I think I am wrong is using the class in the TR tag:
    HTML Code:
    <tr id="x400" class="searchlisting">
                    <td colspan="2" class="users"><p>2 cols wide</p></td>
                    <td colspan="1" class="users"><p>1 col wide</p></td>
    My best guess from looking around is that something I am doing or that the script is doing is not 100% compliant and IE is cool with it, but Firefox is being a stickler. I've checked my source on the W3C Validator and everything looks OK there. I've also tried enclosing the TR in DIV and SPAN tags, but the expand/collapse functionality quits working.

    If anyone has a suggestion, it will be highly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Solved my own problem. Still not sure what was causing my original problem, but I found a way around it. I just wrote my own JavaScript function based on what they have at: 1&1 Hosting

    Here's the meat of it:
    function toggle(idparam) {
    	var idparam = idparam;
    	var minus = idparam + "-minus";
    	var plus = idparam + "-plus";
    	if (document.getElementById(idparam).style.display == "none") {
    	} else {
    Then I encapsulated the table row that I wanted to toggle in a <tbody> tag with the unique id and voila! ... worky worky

    Here's what the working version looks like:


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