Not sure if this will help, but it's a solution I copied from Zeldman quite a while 
back...
 
<script language="JavaScript">
function toggle( targetId ){
  if (document.getElementById){
    target = document.getElementById( targetId );
     if (target.style.display == "none"){
      target.style.display = "";
     } else {
      target.style.display = "none";
     }
   }
}
</script>
 
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Cade.

> Hi Guys,
>  
> I just wanted to touch the subject again, as it did not bring closure to > my 
> problem last time, ie. most of you pointed me in the right direction > but I still 
> don't have it working fully, Lindsay; your example did > display the hidden items 
> but it did not hide them again.
>  
> I came up with the following, which also displays the hidden items but > again it 
> does not hide them.
>  
> <link href="/style/default.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
> <script>
> function replaceRule( objStyle, className, newClassName )
> {
>  var r = objStyle.rules
>  for ( var i = 0; i < r.length; i++ )
>  {
>   if( r[i].selectorText == className )
>   {
>    objStyle.removeRule( i );
>    objStyle.addRule( className, newClassName, i );
>    return;
>   }
>  }
> }
> </script>
> 
> <a href="##" onClick="replaceRule( document.styleSheets[0], > '.helpItem', 
> '.helpItemDisplay' );">test</a>
> <div class="helpItem">
> <img src="#request.imageRoot#/iconHelp.gif" alt="Click here for help > on this 
> item"> Click on any item to display help.</div>
> 
> I was also thinking maybe it's easier (if possible) to have two classes > like so;
>  
> .international {
>  visibility: hidden;
>  display: none; }
>  
> .national {
>  visibility: visible;
>  display: inline;}
>  
> and then do something like switchRule( document.styleSheets[0], > '.international' , 
> '.national' )
> But how? There doesn't seem to be much documentation out there about > dynamic 
> stylesheets, or a nice PDF Reference, like Netscape brought out > for Client-Side 
> JavaScript Reference
> 

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