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[Tutorial] jQuery collapsible sidebar
#11
Thanks! It took a few more lines of code than I thought it would, but at least it works Toungue
And plus your method is slightly simpler Toungue
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#12
*And messier xD Seriously though, top stuff. I'm interested in how you managed to add cookies - hope you don't mind I'm pilfering the code for my personal wordpress theme xD
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#13
This is spot on! Thanks Joshee and euantor! Smile

I'm using it here with some minor modifciations - http://petforums.biz/index.php
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#14
(07-08-2010, 05:45 PM)euantor Wrote:  *And messier xD Seriously though, top stuff. I'm interested in how you managed to add cookies - hope you don't mind I'm pilfering the code for my personal wordpress theme xD

Haha yeah it is a little messier.. I tried using .removeClass() and .addClass() but that didn't work. I also tried using the .attr() and changing the class using that, but that still didn't work, so I just had to do it the hard way Toungue
I actually learned how to do collapses and cookies from a tutorial on shopdev. Cookies are so easy it's amazing.
http://www.shopdev.co.uk/blog/cookies-with-jquery-designing-collapsible-layouts/
(You need the jQuery cookie plugin included in the header as well for it to work.)

(07-08-2010, 05:53 PM)AJS Wrote:  This is spot on! Thanks Joshee and euantor! Smile

I'm using it here with some minor modifciations - http://petforums.biz/index.php

No problem, added the link to the OP Smile
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#15
Yea it's a little messy. When refreshing the page, the sidebar appears for a second before it disappears. Any way to fix that?
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#16
Possibly. Let me look into it. I know of a way that might work but I will test it first.
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#17
Nice tutorial, but why not using the Prototype JS framework? It's included and loaded with MyBB itself...
I don't want to add a second JS framework. Just waiting for a Prototype solution. Wink
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#18
(07-11-2010, 09:48 PM)querschlaeger Wrote:  Nice tutorial, but why not using the Prototype JS framework? It's included and loaded with MyBB itself...
I don't want to add a second JS framework. Just waiting for a Prototype solution. Wink

1. jQuery is easy.
2. I don't know how to use Prototype.
3. I already know enough jQuery to do this.
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#19
Sorry but how to remove the sidebar?
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#20
Just revert the templates back to default, and delete the files you uploaded.
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