Good suggestion and will work for the moment.
The "accordion effect" is very intuitive in that the user gets to see one panel
shrink and another expand. Thus it is more obvious that these are alternatives.
One commonly used HTML framework for this is
Though of course there are many implementations.
On Mar 14, 2013, at 8:22 AM, Hans-Rudolf Hotz wrote:
> Hi Ted
> Well, I am not familiar with "accordian-like subpanel", but we work a lot
> with the '<conditional> tag set', see:
> to generate different input masks depending on a first choice.
> Regards, Hans-Rudolf
> On 03/13/2013 08:01 PM, Ted Goldstein wrote:
>> I have a single tool with several different major modes. Each mode has
>> its own uniques group of options that can be managed separately. Rathan than
>> make five different tools, I would like to put it together and simply have
>> the user interface show just the options for the selected mode. People do
>> this in web pages sometimes using Jquery "Accordian" tabs.
>> Is there any support to have something like Jquery accordion grouping of
>> options? see that the drill down , but it is only used for setting binary
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