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How to maintain the display state of a <div> element?

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How to maintain the display state of a <divelement?

Is there a simple way to maintain the display state of a <div>
element? On my page, a
div block can be hidden/shown by js function showhide(). I would like
to maintain the block's display state when the page is posted back.
I'm having difficulties to retrieve the div style attributes from the
viewstate: Me.divProdCat.Style.Item("display") always returns the same
attribute.

Is there a more straightforward approach? Thanks for any hints.

<a href="#" onclick="showhide('<%=divProdCat.ClientID %>')"
>Categories</a>
<div id="divProdCat" style="margin-top:5px;display:none;"
runat="server" >
....
</div>

Nov 2 '07 #1
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