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Ditchnet.org: JavaScript tips and a cool Tabs Tag Library

Thanks to a post to the Struts Menu Mailing List, I discovered a nice blog about JavaScript and DHTML. Not only does it seem to have lots of good tips and tricks, but its author also has a couple of cool menu examples:

Nice work Todd!

Posted in Java at Mar 24 2005, 09:58:46 AM MST 7 Comments
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[Trackback] For my recent project, we've been working with JavaScript tabbing (as I've implemented it for petrasutter.net). However, as always, there seems to be a even easier way - in this case its Todd Ditchendorf's JSP tabs taglib. Creating tabs is...

Posted by kleineikenscheidt/stefan on March 24, 2005 at 01:34 PM MST #

Matt, ur blog is incredible. And u r encouraging the work of others!! simply best.

Posted by Anshul on March 24, 2005 at 03:05 PM MST #

Those tabs do look compelling! I've done a lot of JavaScript in my time and I have to say that they look nicely done. Thanks for pointing those out to me!

Posted by Steve Currency on March 24, 2005 at 06:03 PM MST #

Thank you for posting about Ditchnet.org, I just can't get enough of the DHTML goodies on the site! Also, Mr. Raible, when is AppFuse 1.8 coming out? What do you think of Trails?

Posted by Vui Lo on March 24, 2005 at 07:17 PM MST #

I need to use tabs in my project.currently i am using java script and html for creating tabs. Whwn i see this Ditchnet tabs taglib,I tried to use that.Tabs is working,I am able to navigate through various tabs.But i can't see that tab images.I can see only the text in each tab.If any one know the reason,please mail me sarth_kumar@indiatimes.com

Posted by Sarath on March 06, 2007 at 10:40 PM MST #

hello every one , hope you a nice day. i tried the ditchnet taglib to create the tabs it worked fine with me untill i tried to display a jsf:datatable, it show me the datatable on the page not in the tab and i don't know how to correct this behavior "if it's not the normal behaviour" thank you

Posted by tarik on March 09, 2009 at 01:41 PM MDT #

@Tarik: I faced the same problem. Did you get any solution for this problem?

Anybody has solution for this problem?

Posted by prithvi on November 16, 2009 at 06:56 AM MST #

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