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HTML Tabbed Notebook Question


I would simulate a tabbed notebook using a table and images which look
like a tab.

I would like to load all the pages at once, and then use some
javascript to hide or show the different tab pages.

Does anyone has a suggestion, as I cannot find an example on the web.


Jul 24 '05 #1
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Locusta wrote:
I would simulate a tabbed notebook using a table and images which look
like a tab.

I would like to load all the pages at once, and then use some
javascript to hide or show the different tab pages.


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Jul 24 '05 #2

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