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How to hide/show the rows of a table depending on the value selected by a user from a drop down list??

Hi,
I am maintaining a site which is written in ASP. Now i have to create
some new pages.
In one page we have a table with many rows. Now, I want to enable or
disable(showing and hiding also) 2 rows of this table depending upon
the value selected by the user from a drop down list.
Can somebody please help me??? This is really urgent.....

Feb 15 '06 #1
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ri**********@gmail.com wrote:
Hi,
I am maintaining a site which is written in ASP. Now i have to create
some new pages.
In one page we have a table with many rows. Now, I want to enable or
disable(showing and hiding also) 2 rows of this table depending upon
the value selected by the user from a drop down list.
Can somebody please help me??? This is really urgent.....


put an onChange on the drop-down list, then change the row display
between "none" and "inline" as necessary, based on the value of the
drop-down

Feb 15 '06 #2
Can you please elaborate?? I am really new to this and dont know how to
write this....
This is really urgent and i m really worried. :-(

Feb 16 '06 #3
ri**********@gmail.com wrote:
I am maintaining a site which is written in ASP.


That does not matter for your problem, while the corresponding
question has been answered in detail more than one time before.

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PointedEars
Feb 16 '06 #4
ri**********@gmail.com wrote:
Can you please elaborate?? I am really new to this and dont know how to
write this....
This is really urgent and i m really worried. :-(


If you can't find the information you need by searching on the keywords
that I gave you, then I'd say you're in way over your head. If it's
really that urgent, I would recommend sub-contracting a real programmer
to fix the problem, instead of trying to hack it when you don't fully
understand what you're doing.

Feb 16 '06 #5

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