[Dojo-interest] tabs problem
kelly.goedert at gmail.com
Fri Sep 29 07:03:51 MDT 2006
I´m hiding the divs with style="visibility:hidden". And when the action I´m
expecting happens, I put style="visibility:visible" and use the method
I thought about creating the tabs programatically. But wouldn´t that be an
impact on performance? Isn´t there another way to do it?
What is really upseting me is that I have that empty space on the page when
I have the extra tabs and dialogs. I also tried to set css z-index property
but it seemed to have no effect.
On 9/29/06, Karl Tiedt <ktiedt at gmail.com> wrote:
> how are you hiding them? by visibility or display properties? Also you
> can programatically add tabs to the tab container... I believe the
> test_ case *MAY* have that... if not... I can explain it I believe.
> On 9/29/06, Kelly Goedert <kelly.goedert at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > when I have a TabContainer is it possible to have each tab on a
> > file and add them to the tab container when some action happens?
> > I want to do that because I need the tabs to be invisible until a
> > action happens. I made the tabs invisible using css. If I leave this
> divs on
> > the same page of the tab container, I get a blank space on the page that
> > don´t want.
> > If there is a better approach, please let me know.
> > Thank you
> > Kelly
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