From: Andrew R. Kinnie <akinnie@ma...> - 2008-10-26 14:04:51
I am trying to get an Ajax Accordion to work in my Wonder app. I am
relatively new to Ajax and new to Wonder and am not sure what I am
supposed to be doing to get it to work. The docs and example (such as
they are) basically say wrap several AjaxAccordionTabs inside an
AjaxAccordion. Seems easy enough, except that it doesn't work.
The example also lists a bunch of Rico bindings (apparently the Ajax
Accordion is based on the Rico accordion). I looked at the code for
the AjaxAccordionExample but none of the Rico bindings appear to be
bound. I tried to replicate the code in the example, but no accordion
behavior takes place. I get a line then my header text, then a box
with the contents of the tab, then another header, etc. No
background, no animation, no accordion behavior.
I am new to Ajax, and new to wonder.
If so, what am I supposed to do with it?
The Rico based components are deprecated and haven't worked for some
I'm unaware of a direct replacement but I wouldn't think it'd be too
difficult to mimic that behavior with AjaxUpdateLink,
AjaxUpdateContainer, scriptaculous effects and a dash of CSS.
On Oct 26, 2008, at 10:04 AM, Andrew R. Kinnie wrote:
> I am trying to get an Ajax Accordion to work in my Wonder app.
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