[pmwiki-users] Fox Forms and Show/Hide or ToggleHide

Scott Smith smackaysmith at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 13:13:31 CDT 2008

I fill-out the form, putting the following in the References textarea,

(:togglehide image showtext="Show Floor Plan" hidetext="Hide image":)

LFOA Floor Plan

(:div id=image style="display:none":)



I hit enter, and the form displays this in References--
(:togglehide image showtext="Show Floor Plan" hidetext="Hide image"

and then under the Projects link (outside the Fox form), I get--
LFOA Floor Plan


LFOA Floor Plan



On Thu, Jun 12, 2008 at 1:41 PM, Hans <design5 at softflow.co.uk> wrote:

> Thursday, June 12, 2008, 6:17:42 PM, Scott Smith wrote:
> > Sorry about the partial. I didn't know if putting the full form in an
> email
> > would be bad form, like using all caps.
> The tricky part is to provide a minimum on information, but have all
> relevant details intact. For a form problem this may mean to try to
> reduce the form to just the elements necessary to show the problem,
> but leave out unnecessary form elements, repetitions etc.
> This can save a lot of time for someone trying to help, and may also
> provide you with useful insight by narrowing down the problem.
> I often have problem in having to guess someones intentions/actions
> when they state a problem, because of a lack of detail given.
> But too much detail can be overwelming and off-putting.
> The best is often to get a url to look at, with access to the wiki source
> code (without that it is really frustrating). I don't find it
> necessary to have 'edit' access to a page, but 'source' access is
> vital.
>  ~Hans
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