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I'm looking for a way to display my FAQ page where the answers to the questions will be shown once the user clicks on the + sign next to the question. I've looked online but all the results use javascript and I would like to stay away from that. Is there any way to do this? Or will I have to resort to javascript? Thanks!...

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    I'm looking for a way to display my FAQ page where the answers to the questions
    will be shown once the user clicks on the + sign next to the question. I've
    looked online but all the results use javascript and I would like to stay away
    from that. Is there any way to do this? Or will I have to resort to javascript?

    Thanks!

    makt25 Guest

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    "clicks" require JavaScript.

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    You could use a Spry Accordian if you have a late enough version of DW.
    akribie Guest

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    Default Re: FAQ page

    A Spry collapsible panel would probably be a better choice. For more
    features and automation, one could also use an extension like this one:
    http://www.divahtml.com/products/divaFAQ/toggle_answers.php

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