[Project_owners] Re: How to hide a <div> in JS

Eric Jung grimholtz at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 17 15:55:42 EDT 2005

IMHO, the best place to find this info is from Microsoft itself


It's a nicer experience to navigate that site with IE since
opening/closing nodes in the tree on the left doesn't cause page

Another good source is:

--- Philip Chee <philip at aleytys.pc.my> wrote:

> On Wed, 17 Aug 2005 11:52:32 +0200, Michael Vincent wrote:
> > First of all, thank you (again) but can you please tell me *how*
> exactly 
> > you find this kind of information on Google? Do you have all sort
> of 
> > links/bookmarks for this or are you just smart?
> As far as I can tell, you are actually smarter than I am, at least
> when I
> was the same age as you are, maintaining something like multizilla
> would
> have been far beyond me.
> The trick is to use the right keywords in Google. At first I used
> something
> like the following keywords (can't remember exactly):
> ie javascript setattribute class
> found a few websites bitching about IE's incomplete implementation
> of
> setAttribute. Then noticed that several of google's result
> summaries also
> mentioned className, so I then searched for
> ie javascript classname or something like it.
> It's like learning to ride a bike, once you get it, it just works.
> Phil
> -==-
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